Jacek Borcuch’s new film, under working title Lasting Moments (Chwile nieulotne), begins shooting on September 8th in the Valencia region. The plot centres around a pair of Polish students who meet during holidays in Spain. Unexpectedly nightmare reality breaks into this carefree time and heavenly landscape and puts their lives to an unwanted test…

Leading roles will be played by Jakub Gierszał, an actor who has worked with Jacek Borcuch on his last film All That I Love, and Magdalena Berus. Among the Spanish cast are a great personality of the Spanish cinema, Angela Molina, and Juanjo Ballesta, one of the most interesting actors of the young generation. The director of photography will be Michał Englert, the music will be composed by Daniel Bloom while the set design will be created by Elwira Pluta. The producers of the film are Piotr Kobus and Agnieszka Drewno.

At the beginning of October the crew will travel to Cracow for the second part of shooting and afterwards to Kwidzyn. The end of principal photography is scheduled for mid-November and the premiere for autumn 2012.

The film is being produced by Manana in co-production with Espiral Producciones (Spain) and Cracow Festival Office, and is co-financed by the Polish Film Institute and the Regional Film Fund in Cracow with the support of the City of Kwidzyn.

The last film by Jacek Borcuch, All That I Love, was distributed in 20 countries, won several international and national film awards and was the Polish candidate for the Oscars. It was also the first Polish production to be shown in the main competition of the Sundance Film Festival.

PS. Please do not combine this information with earlier news about the content and cast of the film which are either outdated or erroneous.



Last modified on 12-09-2011