Kojot is a story about a rebellious teenager, Adam, who is trying to find love. The boy wants to have his first sexual experience with a girl he has fallen in love with. When he finally finds her, he starts a punk-rock band to impress her.
Nearly the whole of this short film by Jędrzej Bączyk was filmed in Chełmża. The film was shot not only on the municipal beach, but also in the charming narrow streets in the Old Town, and at a hangar belonging to ZHP (the Polish Scouting and Guiding Association), located on ul. Sądowa.
Poland 2013, 30’
Directed by: Jędrzej Bączyk
Screenplay: Jędrzej Bączyk
Cinematography: Tato Kotetishvili
Music: Jędrzej Bączyk
Produced by: PWSFTviT
Cast: Michał Kopczyński, Marcin Cichończyk, Piotr Zwierzchowski,
Dominik Smużny, Marek Kajdanek and others.
The Two Riversides Film and Art Festival – 3rd prize in the Short Film Competition; Przegląd Studenckich Etiud „Klaps” (the Klaps Review of Students’ Short Films) in Turek – the Grand Prix and Audience Award; Krakow Film Festival – the Silver Hobby-Horse for the best short feature film; the CK OFF Festival of Independent Cinema in Przemyśl – special mention in the Students’ Cinema category, the Student Jury Award and Audience Award; the Festival Tous Courts in Aix-en-Provence – Grand Prix; Tofifest IFF – nomination in the International Short Film Competition.