Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology

September 28, 2018

Today we added to this website two pages with new animated films from the Polish-Japanese Academy for Information Technology in Warsaw.

The Polsko-Japońska Akademia Technik Komputerowych (PJATK) or Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology is a Polish Academy with schools in Warsaw, Gdańsk and Bytom. Its Faculty of New Media Arts is a product of cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. It was set up in 2005 and offers unique studies combining artistic skills with mastery of modern information and communication technologies. A three-year undergraduate programme and a five-year combined under- and graduate programme are offered both in Polish and in English.

Today we show the animation of Malwina Pacek with the scene in which Woland tells the story of Pilate, and the animation of Joanna Baska, a student from Grodzisk Mazowiecki, with the story of chapter 20 from the novel, in which Woland looks out over Moscow from the Pashkov House and discusses with Levi Mattheus.

Click here to read more about it and to watch the animations

Malwina Pacek

Malwina Pacek


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