About LELE

Róża Misztela, Anita Kwiatkowska-Naqvi, LeLe production, Marcel Sabat

LeLe Crossmedia Production is one of the first and youngest partnerships in Poland, incorporating international points of view, endeavors, passions, and love for the art of cinema, photography and animation; for the opportunities and possibilities of cross media projects. We pride in our unity and team work in accomplishing our mission.

Róża Misztela, Anita Kwiatkowska-Naqvi, LeLe production,

Since 2012, we have produced award-winning documentaries and animated films noted by audiences around the world. We are looking for ways to reach a wide audience with ambitious projects. We believe that artistic films can find its place in the contemporary market and respond to the needs of the audience. We invite sensitive filmmakers and co-producers to contact us.

Meet our crew

Anita Kwiatkowska-Nagvi

Born in 1986 in Cracow, animation graduate at the Polish National Film School in Lodz, Psychology graduate at the University of Warsaw.In her short films she takes a novel approach to traditional animation techniques creating hypnotising, poetic worlds. Apart from directing animated films, she works compositing and special effects. Her films gaind worldwide recognition, including the award for the best diploma film in Annecy for Ab ovo.

Leyla Cömert

Born in 1988 in Istanbul, Turkey. A graduate of the National Film School in Łódź. She currently lives in Berlin. Loves traveling, cinema and mosaics.

Roza MIsztela

Róża Misztela

Born in Poland. She spent her early years of her life in Copenhagen, Denmark. She studied Cultural Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Graduated from the National Film School in Łódź. A holder of scholarship of the City of Krakow. She has participated in many photo exhibitions, her film productions have been shown at festivals in Poland and abroad. She is primarily interested in man in relation to the world around him.In her work, she often uses documentary forms.

Katarzyna Boniecka

Born in 1988 in Gdynia, Poland. Studied film editing at The Polish National Film School.  She edited numerous long and short documentary and fiction films, which were awarded on festivals around the world, among them Special Jury Award at Sundance Film Festival and IDFA festival. She is also a winner of three editing awards. She is teaching documentary film editing in National Film School.

Monika Zawadzka

Editor and screenwriter. She made her debut at Wytwórnia Filmów Oświatowych in Łódź. For many years she collaborated with Polish Television, European and Asian productions. She got many most important awards: Grand Prix in Paris (MFF) for the film “7 Mysteries According to Stasys” by Andrzej Papuziński; Srebrne Grono w Łagów (LLF), Prowincjonalia (OFSF) for the film “Stork’s Stop”. She edited, wrote and co-directed feature-length film “The Life of Chruścik” (2017) that got an award at Łódź (the Włodzimierz Puchalski International Nature Film Festival).