Alan Zejer

Alan Zejer, born in 1992, is a graduate of Film Editing from the Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź. A two-time recipient of the Ministry of Culture award for outstanding achievements, Alan’s exceptional talent as an editor has been widely recognized. In 2022, he was honored with the Jan Machulski Award for Best Editing for the film „Kiedy Obróci się Dom,” directed by Maria Ornaf.


Alan’s expertise spans across various genres, including feature films, documentaries, music videos, commercials, and experimental works. He made his debut as an editor in 2016 with the film „Kryształowa Dziewczyna,” directed by Artur Urbański, which premiered at the Gdynia Film Festival.


Notable works in Alan’s portfolio include editing the film „Lekcja Miłości” (directed by Katarzyna Mateja and Małgorzata Goliszewska), nominated for the Polish Film Award. His editing of the film „Synek” (directed by Paweł Chorzępa) earned him a nomination for the Jan Machulski Award. He also co-edited the film „Pierwsze Lato Końca Świata” (directed by Nastazja Gonera), which received a nomination for the Student Academy Award and won the Silver Lajkonik at the Krakow Film Festival. Alan was the editor for „Chleb i Sól” / „Bread and Salt” (directed by Damian Kocur), which received a Special Jury Prize in the Orizzonti section at the Venice Film Festival.


Alan’s contribution extends to other significant films and series, including „Serce Miłości” (2017, directed by Łukasz Ronduda), „Exterminator. Gotowi na Wszystko” (2017, directed by Michał Rogalski), „Ondyna” (2019, directed by Tomasz Śliwiński), „Ostatnie Dni Lata” (2020, directed by Klaudia Kęska), „The Office PL” (2021-2022, Canal+ series, directed by Maciej Bochniak), and „Absolutni debiutanci” (2023, Netflix series, directed by Kamila Tarabura and Katarzyna Warzecha). Alan also edited „Każdy Wie Lepiej” (2022, directed by Michał Rogalski).

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