Iwona Harris

Born in Warsaw in 1973. Alumna of the Faculty of Film Production at the Łódź Film School who previously studied Political Sciences at the University of Warsaw. Producer and production manager. Before entering the film industry, Iwona spent many years in marketing, including at Hachette Filipacchi, Saatchi&Saatchi and Wprost. Since 2010 she creates under the brand Lollipop Films. Iwona has produced feature-length co-productions as well as short films and documentaries. As an independent producer she debuted with the documentary The Lady of Korczew (2018), directed by Sławomir Rogowski with photos by Kacper Lisowski. Kacper joined Lollipop Films in early 2020 as co-owner of the company.

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Kacper Lisowski

Born in 1972 in Warsaw. Alumnus of the Łódź Film School where he studied Direction of Photography and the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing in Warsaw. Currently works as scriptwriter, director of photography and director. He directed and shot his first documentary, "Whisky and Milk" in 2012 and in debuted with the feature film "Father’s Day" (33 mins.) in 2014 for which he was awarded: 2014 Clermont-Ferrand "Etudiant de Jeunesse" Award, 2014 Kraków, Silver Lajkonik for Narrative Film Award, 2014 IFF ZOOM, Best Narrative Film Award, 2015 GRAND OFF, Best Actor Award for A. Jakubik. His work as director of photography includes, among others: "The Real End of the Cold War" by Jerzy Śladkowski, "Every Touch Leaves a Trace" by Anna Zakrzewska and "Chemo" by Paweł Łozinski, which won Prix Europa in 2009. The most recent film with his photography, "You Don’t Know How Much I Love You" by Paweł Łozinski, received the Silver Prize at the Cracow Film Festival and numerous other prizes.

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Productions

The Lady of Korczew

2018, documentary, 57 minutes, dir. Sławomir Rogowski

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To Kill a Beaver

2011, feature film, 98 minutes, dir. Jan Jakub Kolski

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