On 29th of October our CREW had to divide between two international web series festivals: Bilbao Web Fest in Spain and UK Web Fest in UK. Natalia Paska, Assistant director was representing “Talking to Grandma” in London. After the screening of the 7th episode “Phone book”(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pe8FPXKXn3k) at The Prince Charles Cinema she took part also in the Award ceremony. This time we have prepared for you a photo coverage from this event.
On 29th of October during the Award ceremony at Guggenheim Museum Maria Broniewska won the Award of Startlet Amets (Best Actress between Amets selections). Ula Zawadzka thanked the jury and the audience on her behalf.
Maria Broeniwska graduated in 1956 from the National Acting School in Warsaw. She played in many Warsaw theaters inter alia: Teatr Młodej Warszawy, Teatr Klasyczny and Teatr Studio. She is a daughter of a writer and actress Maria Zarębińska and stepdaughter of a famous Polish poet Władysław Broniewski, a wife of journalist, scriptwriter and film critic Lech Pijanowski, a mother of journalist, tv presenter, producer Wojciech Pijanowski and mother of cinematographer, producer Tomasz Pijanowski. She is probably the eldest actress awarded on a Web Festival.
The Amets selection consists of 50 series that have a high quality standard and have several characteristics that make them a must-see for the web series lovers.
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‘Talking to Grandma’ is a dark-humored web series based on a “what if” scenario: what if the Granddaughter was always telling the truth when talking to her Grandma. It’s inspired by real-life conversations between actress Ula Zawadzka and her grandmother. PS. Don’t try this at home.
Awarded as “Best Sketch Comedy” at KWebfest festival (South Korea) and “Starlet Amets” (“Best Actress in Amets” for Maria Broniewska) at Bilbao Web Fest (Spain). Nominated in 6 categories and screened at 5 web series festivals on 4 different continents!