Writers in Motion – Filip Springer

Another episode of the Writers in Motion Audiovisual Library of Writers belongs to Filip Springer – reporter and photographer, a guest of this year’s edition of the Conrad Festival. The conversation was conducted in Krakow by Maria Kobielska, Jagiellonian University doctoral student. Filip Springer publishes in the national press and writes regularly for the Polityka weekly. He debuted in 2011 with a reportage book entitled Miedzianka. Historia znikania, for which he was nominated for the following prestigious awards: NIKE, the Ryszard Kapuściński Award, and the Gdynia Literary Award. Listen to the interview!

We would like to remind you that the Writers in Motion Audiovisual Library of Writers is a project carried out by the Krakow Festival Office in cooperation with the Faculty of Polish Studies of Jagiellonian University. During the conversations conducted with authors by Jagiellonian University students and doctoral students, audiovisual profiles of Polish and international writers are created, both by those who live in Krakow and those who visit the city during its numerous literary events.

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