'Walls' is a short, sci-fi drama about a teenage girl in a world uncomfortably much like our own who discovers a horrible truth about her society and the walls it enforces.
About Pawel Grajnert
Paweł Grajnert is a writer, filmmaker, and actor who works in the US and Poland. His films have premiered at the Venice Film Festival, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Gdynia National Film Festival in Poland. He holds an MFA in film from Columbia University New York, where he was awarded the prestigious Alfred P. Sloan Foundation prize for excellence in science-focused screenwriting.
His writing has also been recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Competition; the Polish International Film Festival; and the State of Illinois from whom he received the honor of a Literary Arts Award. His photography, poems, short dramatic works, and stories have been published internationally. Among other projects, he's currently working with Epoka TV in Poland to bring Mirosław Nahacz's book "84" to the screen as a feature-length film.
Most people in the US are more comfortable with the English version of my name: Paul. So please feel free to use Paul.
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