The 'Dream' photo book appeared on the Polish market in September. Judyta Papp takes pictures, prof. Leszek Kolakowski asks
famous Poles about their dreams.
National Geographic Polska, print run 10 000
Questionnaire composed by professor Kolakowski
Photography, conception & co-production by Judyta Papp The whole edition of the Dream album has been sold!
The Idea and its Implementation
The late Professor Leszek Kolakowski composed a set of 7 interesting questions about a dream for 30 eminent people and Judyta Papp photographed them during their sleep. Our intention is to show the intimate poetry of dream as opposition to daytime reality. Each person 'falls asleep' in a different situation that reflects their character. The list of photographed people includes actors, musicians, poets, writers, priests and other intellectuals. Publisher: National Geographic Polska, 2009
Characters pictured in the album appeared as special guests during the evening. The author setting was prepared by Adam Sztaba. Michael Rudas accompanied Adam Sztaba on the piano. The uthor donated proceeds from the sale of photos to the TVN Foundation.
Garden of the Metropolitan Curia, May 20, 2009.
The planned edition of an unconventional album and Internet Websites devoted to the formation of public memory of John Paul II's life and work.
Content includes selected verses of Karol Wojtyla's poems, manuscripts, personal belongings as well as photographs taken during the filming of the two movies about Pope.
We have invited a number of spiritual leaders of other religions, as inter-religious dialogue was a significant aspect of His life and work.
Judyta Papp takes pictures during the filming of 'Testimony'. This documentary film is a screen adaptation of the best-selling book about John Paul II by Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz. The movie tells the story of Pope John Paul II (and before that, of Father, Bishop and Cardinal Wojtyla) through the eyes of the man who was his Most Important Witness for most of his life. The screenplay was co-written by Prelate Pawel Ptasznik, Gian Franco Svidercoschi and Pawel Pitera. The film, directed by Pawel Pitera, is co-narrated by the Bishop of Cracow himself and Hollywood actor Michael York (John the Baptist in 'Jesus of Nazareth' by Franco Zeffirelli).