Tomek Ducki
    Free Spirit of Art
    Born in Budapest. currently based in Krakow
  • Film Awards
    For Baths
    Grand Prix, Balkanima Beograd 2014
    Best Art, Animage Brazil, 2014
    Best Music, Animator Poznan, 2014
    Special Mention, Animafest Zagreb, 2014
    Special Mention, Cyprus Animafest 2014
    Winner, International Competition, Animasivo, Mexico 2014
    Grand Prix, Anibar, Kosovo 2014
    Special International Jury Prize, Hiroshima 2014**Special Mention, Krakow Film Festival, 2014
    Winner, International Competition, Animatricks Animation Festival, Helsinki, 2014
    1st place, Animation competition, Befilm Underground Film Festival, NYC 2014
    Best Short Film (up to 5 min), Cinanima, 2013
    Award for best visuals, Fantoche, 2013
    For Life Line
    Golden Dove, Leipzig International Festival for Documentary and Animated Film 2007
    Cartoon d`or 2007 nomination
    Lestra Audience Award, Ljubljana Animateka 2007
    Special Jury Prize, Ljubljana ANIMATEKA 2007
    Special Mention, Stuttgart Trickfilm 2007
    Best animation and youth film, Mediawave 2007
    Special Award, Zlin Dog 2008 
    Grand Prix, critic`s prize, Art cinema prize KAFF 2007
    “2008 Europan Star of Tomorrow” – in Screen daily
    Special Prize, Animator, Poznan 2008
    Best student film, Anim`est, Bucharest 2008
    Audience award, Bègles Les Nuits Magiques 2008
    Grand Prix + Best Animated Film, Zabok Tabor Film Festival 2008
    Best animated film, MUUUVi 2008
    Best student film, Monstra 2008
    Best animated film, Early Melons, 2008
    Greatly Underappreciated, Etiuda&Anima, Cracow, PL 2007
    Animation&video cathegory winner TTA 2007
    Best diploma at the visual communication department, MOME 2007
  •  Other festival competitions
    Anifest, Be There!, Fest Anca, Dresden, HAFF – Utrecht, Annecy, Animated Dreams, Bradford Animation Festival, Krok, Animacor Cordoba, London International Animated Festival, Anima Mundi, Odense Film Festival, Animafest Zagreb, Animatricks Helsinki, Hong Kong International Film Festival, Be film NYC, 
    MOME Budapest/animation (MA)
    ASP Krakow/poster, animation (scholar)
    ESAG Paris/graphic design (ERASMUS)
    NFTS London/animation direction (MA)
    MOME Budapest/multimedia (DLA) - in progress
  • Exhibitions&Screenings
    2011 Katowice Polish Poster Biennale
    2011 3D Budapest
    2011 Screening of film @Semafor festival
    2010 Warsaw Poster Biennale – in competition
    2009 screening of my films – Surexpositions – Timisoara, Romania 2009 “In Competition” – Hungarian Design in the World Market, Design Terminal Budapest,
    Hungary 2008 Pecs, The Culture and… (Hungarian Poster Association)
    2008 Taste MOMEnts (travelling exhibition of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design) Helsinki, Berlin, London, Budapest, www.moments.mome.hu
    2006-2007 “1956-2006, Polish-Hungarian exhibition on the anniversary of the Hungarian revolution, Budapest, Prague, Warsaw
    2006 Warsaw Poster Biennale – in competition
  • Talks/Presentations
    2d animation conference, 2013 Warsaw ::: Animation Sans Frontieres, Mome, Budapest 2011. Essemble workshope, MOME, Budapest, 2011, Pecha Kucha Krakow 2011,  Animation Sans Frontieres, MOME, Budapest 2010 ASP Krakow, 2010 National School of Cinema, Torino, 2008 MOME, Budapest, 2007 TTA conference, Graz, 2007
  • Selector/Curator
    2010-2012 Animation Sunday Krakow (KAN) - with Katarzyna Zolich and Ewa Borysewicz
    2011 Anilogue Budapest&Vienna Music video selection as KAN
    2011 Polish shorts (with Mariusz Frukacz) Kiskakas Budapest, 
    2011 Hungarian shorts (with Anna Orosz) Semafor Lodz
    2010 Hungarian Animation @Hungarian Film Spring in Poland
    2008 Animation Sunday UK (with Magda Osinska and Elena Pomares) - 10 screenings, NFTS and home

    Jury duty
    Festanca 2013 (music video competition);
    SEMAFOR Festival 2011 (national competition),
    Animation Graduation, MOME 2011;
    Etiuda&Anima 2010 (international animation jury)
    Tabor Film Festival 2009, Zabok, Croatia (short film competition jury)
    KAFF 2009, Hungary (competition jury)