Zbigniew Domagalski
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Zbigniew Domagalski

Film producer. Co-founder, co-owner and Chairman of the Board of the Kajledoskop Film Studio founded in 1988. Lecturer of the National Film, Television and Theatre Leon Schiller Academy in Lodz. Zbigniewa Domagalski is the producer of a number of feature films and documentaries. His major feature films include “Hope”, co-produced with Pandora Film of Cologne and directed by Stanisław Mucha, “Hel” co-produced by In Film Praga and directed by Kinga Dębska, “Sluby Panienskie” directed by Michał Bajon, seen by 1 million viewers. Full length cinematic documentaries include i.a. “Call me Marianna” directed by Karolina Bielawska, and “Actress” by Kinga Dębska and Maria Konwicka. Zbigniew Domagalska is also the producer of “My daughters cows” directed by Kinga Dębska which won many awards and had an audience of over 730,000 viewers. Domagalski’s latest feature films include “Consent” directed by Maciej Sobieszczański, and “Fun, Fun” directed by Kinga Dębska, currently in post production.

Zbigniew Domagalski is the producer of the "Consent" directed by Maciej Sobieszczański, which film takes part in the Polish Feature Film Competition 11. Netia OFF CAMERA.