SEFF '15 awards ceremony

The Szczecin European Film Festival Awards Ceremony will for the second time take place in the most beautiful building in Europe, which is the Szczecin Philharmonic Hall, and for the second time it will be hosted by renown Szczecin artist Konrad Pawicki. The program includes the official announcement of the outcome and the giving of the awards of the European and Polish Competitions, as well as of the Findling Award, appearances by the authors and a screening of the chosen films. The guests will also have a chance to see a photography exhibition on Sławomir Mrożek, which will be held on the fourth floor.

Born on July 29th 1968 in Wrocław. Has studied at the Department of Acting of the Ludwik Solski State Drama School (PWST) in Cracow – Faculty in Wrocław. Actor, singer, radio and television broadcast presenter, poet, author and translator of lyrics, columnist, director. Since 1990 he has been associated with the Contemporary Theatre in Szczecin. In 1992 he started working as broadcast presenter for the newly-established station – Radio AS. Since then, his voice has been heard through various radio stations throughout Szczecin. In 2001 he started working with Polish Radio Szczecin, where he hosted the morning show “Studio Bałtyk” for over 10 years. Since May 2014 he has been collaborating with Radio Stargard. He also appears in the role of presenter in TVP Szczecin. Apart from the Contemporary Theatre, Pawicki also works on other stages in Szczecin. He has collaborated with Opera i Operetka, the 13muz Cultural Centre, Piwnica przy Krypcie at the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle. During the 2003/2004 season he became artistic director of this comedy scene, which he has run for 10 years. He has acted in over 50 theatre productions. Recently he has created three major roles in the stage comedies “Seks dla opornych,” “Pocałunek,” and “Godzina spokoju.” He has published two volumes of poetry: “Kobietojad” and “Niech żyję,” accompanied by a CD with songs and poems performed by the author. He has also sung songs by Nick Cave, Jim Morrison, and the London-based group Tiger Lillies. He is currently playing live shows and recording original songs as Konrad Pawicki & Band.


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