»Inhumanum film« production brand
»Inhumanum film« is a film production brand of the Institute for Local Self-Government that gathers professional production companies, organizations, and artists of the film industry, producing feature films, documentaries, animations, and other film projects with the aim to contribute to the culture of non-violence in society.
Boštjan Brezovnik, Ph.D. is a university law professor at Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Faculty of Law and Administration in Lublin (Poland), and a Dean at the New University, European Faculty of Law (Slovenia). He is an author, co-writer, and co-producer of the 8-episode TV miniseries »Inhumanum: The Inhumanity of Man«. He’s currently developing documentary and feature film projects with the aim to contribute to the culture of non-violence in society.
Mário Cunha is the author or co-author of thirty audiovisual products broadcasted on the three major Portuguese TV stations. He has written series, advertising, stage plays, and published one novel and three juvenile books, besides short fiction in literary magazines and musicological articles. He’s currently developing documentary and fiction projects and teaches screenwriting at the World Academy, in Lisbon.
Marek Gajczak graduated at the Lodz Film School at the Direction of Photography Department (1998). He also completed the Masterclass for DOP workshops in Budapest. For the short film titled Antichrist (2002) directed by Adam Guzinski, he received the award for cinematography at the European Short Film Festival in Stuttgart-Ludwigsburg (2003), while the film itself was submitted for an Oscar after receiving the Grand Prix at the Bilbao festival (2002).