Mika Rosenfeld photo by Malte Rosenfeld

Mika Rosenfeld photo by Malte Rosenfeld

Mika Rosenfeld

(born Dominika Długokęcka in 1979 in Poland) studied Directing at the Polish National Film School in Lodz, after finishing studies of Journalism, Photography and Oceanology. Her long way to discover film started when she made her first documentary ‘Honour thy mother and thy father’ (2005) about her mother, which was awarded at numerous film festivals. She wrote scripts and directed many shorts films, among them ‘So Much Water So Close To Home’ adaptation of Raymond Carver's short story, which won the award for the best foreign film at the NYC Short Film Festival. Rosenfeld debuted as a co-director with the feature documentary '50/50' (2010) which was made as a dedication to the deceased friend Krzysztof Nowiński. The film was nominated for the Free Spirit Award at the Warsaw Film Festival. In 2011 Rosenfeld moved to London, where she has founded her workshop SECOND SKIN Works which goal is a collaboration with artists based on experimental cinematic storytelling. Her second feature documentary SON OF ARAM’ (2015) is, the result of 7 years of intensive work, which began in Poland, was shot in Israel and finished in United Kingdom. Mika Rosenfeld lives out of a suitcase, she likes to work while she travels. Currently she has directed an opera performance at the Warsaw Chamber Opera - Seven Deadly Sins’ by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht. She is writing a script for her first feature film.

CONTACT : mika.rosenfeld@gmail.com