"Silent Love" director and cinematographer.
Born in 1986, film director and cinematographer; video and multimedia artist. He graduated from the National Film School in Łódź (PWSFTviT) at the Faculty of Cinematography. He also completed Film Studies at the University of Lodz. His full-length documentary directorial debut “Silent Love” (for which he was also the cinematographer) was officially selected for Visions Du Reel and Hotdocs 2022. The film is co-produced by MDR/ARTE. The project was awarded at the DOC LAB POLAND and received the Accelerator Prize at DOK Leipzig 2019 Film Market.
Marek is especially dedicated to working on documentaries. Currently, as a director and cinematographer, he is working on the new film for a big streaming platform. The films he shot were shown at the largest film festivals around the world. He is the cinematographer of the full-length documentary “Diagnosis”, which you can watch on Netflix. The film was nominated for Polish Oscars ORŁY 2019 award in the Best Documentary Film category. For this film, Marek was nominated by PSC for the best polish cinematography award in documentary film 2019. He also shot the film “The Ugliest Car in the World”, which had it’s world premiere at IDFA 2017 (main competition) and received the Golden Hobby Horse, Grand Prix for the best Polish film at the 57th Krakow Film Festival.
Since 2012, Marek has been working as a light and video designer on the largest theater productions in Poland (he is the author of films/visualizations that are part of more than 30 performances and operas). Including to “Kordian” dir. Jan Englert for the 150th anniversary of the National Theater in Warsaw. He was the author of the video for “Soliaris 4” at the National Theater in Vilnius, directed by Grzegorz Jarzyna – one of the greatest stars of Polish theater. His next theatrical production will take place at the Munchner Kammerspiele in Munich. He collaborates with acclaimed Polish directors such as: Jan Englert, Krzysztof Garbaczewski, Grzegorz Jaremko, Grzegorz Jarzyna, Maja Kleczewska, Natalia Korczakowska, Paweł Miśkiewicz, Wiktor Rubin.