Yeti Films
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Yeti Films

YETI FILMS is a film production company founded in 2002 by director Piotr Mularuk, Adam Mularuk & Magdalena Napieracz. Its main goal is to deliver quality feature films for the European market, focusing on international co-productions.

In the period between 2004 and 2005 Yeti Films co-produced its first film Wholetrain, a feature debut by a German director Florian Gaag. The premiere of Wholetrain took place during the Berlinale festival in 2006 (Dialogues en Perspective, special mention). Recently, it has been awarded with Adolfe Grimme Preis in the Best Drama category.

Yeti Films' next European co-production was Peter Greenaway’s Nightwatching (UK, Poland, Canada and Netherlands co-production, 2006/2007), which was almost entirely shot in Poland. The film had its premiere in competition at the Venice Film Festival in 2007.

In 2008 our company co-produced Within the Whirlwind (Germany, Poland, France and Belgium co-production) based on memoirs of Eugenia Ginzburg; starring Emily Watson and directed by Marleen Gorris (Oscar Winner for Antonia’s Line, 1995). 

Another picture completed in 2008 is a feature length creative documentary A Ghetto Named Baluty, written and directed by Pavel Štingl, created in co-production with a Czech company K2.

In May 2009, we ended principal photography for our own feature production  Mistyfication written and directed by a Polish director Jacek Koprowicz. Mistyfication tells a controversial story from the life of a great Polish artist and provocateur, S.I. Witkiewicz ‘Witkacy’, taking place in late 1960s, almost two decades after his alleged death.  

In 2012 the company finalized a Polish-German-Czech co-production Yuma, directed by Piotr Mularuk; developed with financial support of the MEDIA programme. The film had its premiere at the 2012 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. 

FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTIONYeti Films tel. +48 (22) 823 99 17 fax +48 (22) 658 01 40
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