Our second Official selection in Europe – festival “die Seriale” (Germany)

official selection die seriale talking to grandma web series ula zawadzka„Dear Ula Zawadzka!

Congratulations! Your series „Talking to Grandma“ has been accepted as an OFFICIAL SELECTION for the 3rd annual edition of die Seriale! We are very happy to have your wonderful work in our program. ” die Seriale
„die Seriale – DigitalSeriesFestival Giessen“ is the oldest festival in Germany dedicated to present and celebrate independent web and digital series. Our goal is to connect, support and pay tribute to all talented creators from around the world and to advertise their wonderful work. The 3th annual edition will take place between the 9th and 11th June 2017 and for the first time „die Seriale“ will be open for international submissions. On three festival days lectures, workshops and panel discussions will be held. All selected series will be screened in the local cinema. The most outstanding series will be awarded by an expert jury, money prize from our sponsor and VOD platform Netfall.

The list of this year Official selection: http://die-seriale.de/festival-2017/official-selection 

Our first festival in Europe was held in Bilbao (Spain), you can watch it here:


We are going to Los Angeles again!

official selection lawebfest talking to grandma web series ula zawadzka„Talking to Grandma” is in Official Selection of LAwebfest festival 2017! According to Los Angeles Magazine LAwebfest is “The Sundance of web series festivals”. It is the oldest, largest, most popular and influential web series festival in the world. Established in 2010 by Emmy-winning TV producer & 4-time NAACP Image Award-winning producer & playwright Michael Ajakwe Jr., LAWEBFEST was created to celebrate, showcase and reward amazing shows by talented (and often overlooked) independent producers. [Indie productions account for over 95% of all web series being made around the world.] Since the city of Los Angeles is the No. 1 producer of film, television and web series worldwide, LAWEBFEST provides a rich unique networking platform for online creative talents and technicians to share, learn, grow and become even better filmmakers. Since 2010 festival screened 1400 web series from 38 countries. Our web series is one of 118 web series in Official selection from 300 projects submitted this year and will be screened in luxurious cinema of Jimmy Stewart located in Sony Studios.


Check out video coverage from our last trip to Los Angeles, attanding “New Media Film Festival”:


Łukasz Maciejewski, film critic recommands “Talking..”

The “Talking to Grandma” on-line project by Ula Zawadzka combines a friendly form of a subtle humoresque with an implicit yet important social message. In a short (thus in line with the social media requirements) and funny form, she reminds us about the necessity and value of drawing on the experience, class and beauty of the previous generations. I’m a supporter of the series and its authors.

Łukasz Maciejewski, film and theatre critic, lecturer of Film School in Łódź, member of the European Film Academy