Tucked away in the Southwest of Poland is Gmina Stare Bogaczowice. An area made up of eight small villages that encompass the rural life of Poland just outside the city. Returning to Hanna's hometown for two months gave us the opportunity to explore the small region so dear to its residents, with a new eye. From the outside it may look like just another sleepy town, however after scratching the surface and digging a little deeper, we discovered what Gmina Stare Bogaczowice has to offer to its visitors.
Just a few years ago there was only a handful of things to do, however with the proactive team working at the local council, Gmina Stare Bogaczowice has embraced its natural beauty and made it easier for visitors to enjoy a range of leisure and social activities, which we tried to capture in our short film.
If you're interested to learn more, please see our article,
which lists all the places and activities featured in the film, here:
Massive thanks go to Gmina Stare Bogaczowice for the wonderful collaboration that we had with them (especially to Ilona Bujalska and Miroslaw Lech - thank you!). We also would like to thank Kotlina Natury, Zalew Stare Bogaczowice, LKS Unia Bogaczowice, Irena Kurowska, Palac Struga and Rozyczkowo, as well as other lovely people of Stare Bogaczowice involved in the creation of this film, for being a part of creating this beautiful memory that we now have.
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The film was shot on Sony RX100 IV with the use of MG Lite Feiyu Gimbal, as well as DJI Mavic Pro.
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