zdjecia

JAŚ AND THE MISTERIOUS TUNE

Summary: 

Jaś is an eight-year-old boy who spends most of his time with his mother. His father is a hard-working corporate employee. When he doesn't come home on time one day, Jaś and his mother decide to go looking for him. Meanwhile, Jaś father has a strange adventure. He misses his stop on the way to work and ends up lost in the woods. There he meets three mysterious characters: Kikimora, Domowik and Sandman. They are spirits who, in the old days, used to live in people's houses and play tricks on them. When people stopped believing in them, they were forced to go live in the woods. They try to put a spell on Jaś's father to make him forget about his family and stay in the forest with them. Jaś and his mother fight to free Jaś's father from the power of the mischievous sprites. To do so they use a very old tune which Jaś's mother remembers from childhood.

For viewers aged 8 and up.

 

Cast: 

CAST: Anna Stela, Paweł Chomczyk, Filip Perkowski, Iwo Rajski.

 

AUTHOR / DIRECTOR: Robert Jarosz,

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Adam Palenta PSC,

PRODUCTION DESIGN: Ewa Gdowiok,

COSTUMES: Matylda Kotlińska,

MAKEUP: Milena Jura, Ewa Wiączek,

EDITING: Maciej Szydłowski PSM,

MUSIC: Piotr Klimek,

SOUND: Michał Robaczewski, Aleksander Musiałowski,

PRODUCTION DESIGN: Paweł Mantorski,

PROGRAM COUNCIL: Zenon Butkiewicz, Krzysztof Domagalik, Maciej Wojtyszko,  

PRODUCER: Maciej Stanecki.

 

TIME: 48'22''

YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 2020

ROBERT JAROSZ

AUTHOR / DIRECTOR

(born 1982) Director and playwright. Graduate of the department of stage directing at the Białystok branch of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art. Completed a post-graduate course in cultural management at the Warsaw School of Economics. Artistic director of the Guliwer puppet theatre in Warsaw in the 2013/2014-2019/2020 seasons. Notable plays include W beczce chowany, W brzuchu wilka, Szczurzysyn—jeden akt o nienawiści, and Śnieży, all of which won prizes at the Competition for Authors of Plays for Children and Young Adults organized by the Children's Art Centre in Poznań, as well as Wnyk (prize for best text at the 18th National Competition for Polish Contemporary Plays) and Czwarta Księga, published in the October, 2017, issue of Dialog magazine. Directed: Bez podłogi Kompania Doomsday/Centre for the Thought of John Paul II CMJPII; Słoń i Kwiat - Grupa COINCIDENTA/BTL; Gdzie jest Pinokio? - Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute; Byczek Fernando - Guliwer puppet theatre in Warsaw; Ściana, która łączy – Zachęta National Art Gallery/International Kids' Carnival at the Venice Biennale.