Brunon Hawryluk


Born in 1993, Warsaw, Poland. Screenwriter, script consultant, occasionally director and producer. Member of the Polish Screenwriters’ Guild. He experienced his first vivid contact with the film as an extra child in "Hi Tereska" (2001) directed by Robert Gliński. At about the same time, he wrote his first short story. At the age of 18, he dropped out of high school and went to Cracow to study Film Directing at the AMA Film Academy (where his lecturers were: Janusz Kondratiuk, Xawery Żuławski and Piotr Lenar). In 2014-2017 he studied Film Studies at the Warsaw Film School. He graduated from screenwriting workshop at Bahama Films with Wiktor Piątkowski (the originator of the HBO Europe series "The Border", 2014-). He writes feature screenplays, f.e. the fan Witcher movie "Alzur’s Legacy" (2019, free to watch on YouTube), he also writes for TV series - incl. "Cops" (2016-2019, Polsat TV, season 1-7), "War Girls" (2019, TVP, season 3). He worked, among others, with such directors as Bodo Kox and Łukasz Palkowski. Currently, he works with Mikołaj Cieślak on a full-length crime comedy and also on the script of a documentary about the female MTB athletes. In 2021, his feature screenplay "Frycek" won the prize in the Script Mentoring competition by Mazovia Warsaw Film Commission. The short film "The Mill", that he co-wrote, is scheduled to premiere this year.