On the first day of the festival the participants visited the film-related places in the capital, i.e. Warsaw Film School, Documentary and Feature Film Production Company, The Chimney Pot, TPS Film Studio, New Born Studio, The National Film Archive and Studio Miniatur Filmowych. Students and teachers also participated in the integration workshop and the night screening of the student films.
On the second day there was a market of film projects that were prepared throughout the school year by students.
The first School Cinematheque DVD packages were sent to over 14 000 Polish schools. Over 10 000 students participated in the programme since it began. This year the programme had over 4000 young people participating from 400 schools around Poland.
The students presenting projects at the market were given feedback by the industry experts: Jowita Budnik, Katarzyna Trzaska, Anna Wydra, Igor Chojna, Marcin Latałło, Andrzej Mastalerz, Joanna Kaczmarek, Paweł Sala and Kamil Minkner.
The experts have also watched three films that won the Cinematheque competition. The first award was granted to Kuba Józefowicz from the Non-Public High School No. 1 in Warsaw for ‘Arbiterium’ and to Łukasz Boczkowski and Wojciech Bobik from Zbigniew Herbert High School in Trzebiatow for ‘The Man Walking on the Wall”. The Internauts’ Award was given to Agata Graczyk and Marta Wiktorowicz from the Art High School in Bydgoszcz for the animated ‘Dystopia’.