Tag Archives: Zbigniew Rybczynski

Zbigniew Rybczynski – Lokomotywa AKA Locomotive (1976)

It is a surreal combination of images, music and symbols – a film collage so characteristic of Rybczyński’s work. The film is full of joy, a dance of objects and characters that scroll across the screen to the rhythm of stanzas of Julian Tuwim’s poem. The author of the music for the film was Mieczysław Janik – an outstanding sound operator connected with the studio in Łódź and, first of all, the initiator of creating a professional sound studio at Se-Ma-For. Read More »

Zbigniew Rybczynski – Films & Videos by Zbig Rybczynski III: The Orchestra (1990)

(as seen on TV: “Stairway to Lenin”, “Funeral March”, “Ave Maria” and more)

This production received following awards:

“Outstanding Achievement in Special Effects” 1990

“Prix Italia”

“Grand Prix”
International Electronic Cinema Festival, Tokyo-Montreux 1990

“Grand Prix”
A.V.A. Festival in Tokyo 1991

“Hi Vision Award”
Tokyo 1990 Read More »

Natalia Koryncka-Gruz – Zbig [Zbigniew Rybczynski] (2001)

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An excellent documentary on the great Zbig Rybczynski, spanning his entire career, from Kwadrat to his most recent Hi-Def works. It’s not an overstatement to say that Zbig is one of the great pioneers of the moving image; a true visionary whose influence and ideas can be found everywhere in contemporary filmmaking and advertising.

Fascinating and moving in equal parts, Zbig discusses his life and experiences and how they have shaped his work. An incredibly eloquent and engaging narrator and storyteller, the man is as interesting as his creations – a beautiful mind, an extraordinary artist and a remarkable man. Read More »