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Jakub Pączek

Born in 1984, in Cracow. Graduate of the History of Church at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Cracow. Student of the fourth year of film directing at the Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School in Katowice, Poland.

He directed several school films based on his own scripts, among them the well acclaimed "The Washing Machine", and a one-minute short on the cultural role of the toilet paper, titled "Rolls of Identity". Premiere of his newest documentary, entitled "The Best Chicks on the Train" is scheduled for 2010.

Jakub participated in the Screenwriting Lab 2009 (Poland) and the Breaking Shorts Campus 2009 in Nijmegen (Holland).

At the moment he is preparing for his thirty minute debut "The 128th Rat", which he also wrote.

Short film credits

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Najlepsze Kąski Na Wagonach

Poland | Jun 2010 | 19:45
You can be anyone once for a while, but you are born to be a train conductor just the once.
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