ORKA – company profile

Mr. Jones by Agnieszka Holland Mr. Jones by Agnieszka Holland

ORKA Studio is a film producer and leader on the VFX on postproduction market, winning accolades in Poland and internationally. With over two decades of experience, it has the most advanced technology and greatest talent in the business. ORKA is a colourful company, focusing on cutting edge development, and always reaching for new artistic and technical challenges. Its philosophy is based on the simple rule of “Respect”: for PEOPLE, for NATURE, for PROJECTS and for ART.

ORKA worked on over 100 feature films, series and animation.

Its main goal are international: co-productions, services and cash rebates management.

ORKA’S credits include two Berlinale 2019 entries:

MR. JONES, dir. Agnieszka Holland, Berlin Competition, premiere 10th of February, co-producer

KNIVES AND SKIN, dir. Jennifer Reeder, Generation Competition, premiere 9th of February, VFX service

Other recent works include:

WHAT A COUNTRY, dir. Vinko Bresan,
THE RIVER, dir. Emir Baigazin, Best Director, Venice Horizons Competition
PITY, dir. Babis Makridis, winner Sundance Film Festival – World Dramatic Competition, IFF Rotterdam – Big Screen Competition, Odessa Film Festival – Best Film, Best Director,
YUGEN by Martha Finnes, premiere  Venice Film Festival, on September 1st 2018 and exhibited subsequently at the Palazzo Grassi Museum, Venice.
WHAT A COUNTRY, dir. Vinko Bresan ,
7 FEELINGS  dir.Marek Koterski,
A CAT WITH A DOG,  dir. Janusz Kondratiuk
LULLABY KILLER, dir. Krzysztof Lang,
AMOK, dir. Kasia Adamik ,
CATALINA, dir. Denijal Hasanovic,
STEBUKLAS, dir. Egle Vertelyte,
BARRACUDA, dir. Jason Curtland & Julia Happerin,
HEARTS AND FANGS, dir. Janis Nords.

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Magdalena Zimecka, ORKA’S Managing Director:

"Polish cinema is with now doubts on the rise. Our company main goal is to do more co-productions and to provide more services for international productions, basing on the new 30% cash rebate system. Due to the new law Polish industry is becoming more competitive. The number of the co-productions is continuously and annually growing and the is the trend for the whole Europe. With new tax incentives law we hope to attract American studios. "

Last modified on 06-02-2019