When will this wind stop - a documentary


It was founded in 1991. Within over 25 years of its existence it has produced over fifty films and film series. There are documentaries, reports, short fiction, promotion and advertising films. Altogether over 60 hours of broadcast. These films were awarded 90 times at several international film festivals.

Film Studio Everest specializes in documentary films made for the television. It co-operates regularly with the Polish Television TVP (the editorial office of documentary at First Channel and Second Channel, the editorial office of the Culture, the Educational Television and the editorial office of the Army Programmes, TVP Belsat, TVP Polonia), Canal+ Poland (documentary and short fiction film), and also with the Educational Film Producers and Film School. Apart from the television, the productions are financed by the Polish Ministry of Culture, Media Plus Programme (European Union) and social organizations and foundations. In 1995 the Film Studio Everest started an international co-production. It co-operates with the Centre Nationale de la Cinematographie (France), Epo Film (Austria), Shoot the Breeze Production (South Africa), Zyga Films (Venezuela), ARTE G.E.I.E. (France – Germany), LeVision (Germany) and others.

Films made by Film Studio Everest were broadcasted on TVP (Poland), Canal+ (Poland), Canal+ (France), BBC-South (England), ZDF (Germany), ARTE G.E.I.E. (France-Germany), SDR (Germany), MDR (Germany), ORF (Austria), SlovakTV (Slovakia), LRT (Lithuania), LTV (Latvia), ETV (Estonia), BNT (Bulgaria), RTS (Serbia and Montenegro), HRT (Croatia), Documania (Spain), Canal 5 (Ukraine), ERT (Greece), YLE (Finland), Al-Jazeera English (Great Britain), YES/DBS (Israel), Czeska Telewizja (CT) (Czech Republic), Canal de Historia (Spain), Sveriges Utbildningsradio (Sweden).