Ivo Paczkowski is a Polish-born screenwriter available to work worldwide on feature films and television projects as well as music videos, commercials, and corporate videos.
Writing in both English and Polish since 2006, as of now he has worked on several short films (fiction), web series, corporate videos and music videos.
Graduate of The Leon Schiller National Higher School of Film, Television and Theatre in Łódź, he quickly mastered writing character and dialogue-centered scripts like broad comedies, black comedies and social satire, but he doesn’t stray from tackling more action-oriented stories.
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Name: Ivo Paczkowski
Lives in: Warsaw, Poland
48 Hour film Project Warsaw (Nominated)
First Shot film festival in Kołobrzeg (Nominated)
59th OKFA Film Festival (Nominated – Best independent film)
Independent horror film festival in Bielawa (Nominated)
„Młodzi i Film” festival In Koszalin (Nominated – Best short film)
Festiwal Filmów Frapujących (Nominated)
11th Independent film presentations In Rybnik (Nominated)
Krzycz, mala, krzycz
Film (short) by Ivo Paczkowski (Comedy) Writer, Director Deciding to go over on a romantic weekend to a forester, Antek and his girlfriend Anna don't even suspect that an encounter with a creature of the wild will change their relationship - forever.
Scream Girl, Scream!
Film (short) by Brothers Studio Writer, Co-director
Film (short) by Michal Wegrzyn Writer
Internet by LakeLove Productions Writer, Consulting Producer, Actor
Internet Writer, Director
Film (short) by Ivo Paczkowski (Comedy and Horror) Writer, Director, Producer In the school cafeteria, the Boy spots Sara. His friend, the Nerd Girl, advises him against talking to her, but he ignores and tries to hit on her. Annoyed, Sara uncannily manipulates his bladder, making the Boy wet himself. Embarrassed, the Boy walks away. After that, the Queen Bee enters the cafeteria. She bumps onto Sara and makes a rude comment about her. Unbeknownst to her, Queen Bee drops a phial which Sara finds and throws it back at her. Queen Bee leaves. Later, a drunk Queen Bee exits a nightclub and starts vomiting. Suddenly, Sara approaches her. We learn that Queen Bee's phial contains a steroid that multiplies the amount of erythrocytes in blood. Then, Sara reveals herself as a vampire and sucks Queen Bee's blood. One day later, Sara talks with an enraged Queen Bee, now a vampire as well. Sara tells her what a vampire should and what should not do. Post-credits scene: The Boy spots the Queen Bee and decides to hit on her this time. Written by Ivo Paczkowski
The Red Bottle
Film (short) Writer, Director
Cos o psie
Film (short) by Izabela Borowska (Drama) Writer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A mother finds her beloved dog dead. She seems to doesn't care about the world since then, including her daughter, who has just graduated high school and hopes to spend more time with her before leaving home. While making preparations to bury her dog, mother discovers that it was her daughter who had killed it. She tries to exact revenge on her daughter. Finally, the daughter decides to cremate the dog's body. Written by Ivo Paczkowski
Something about a dog
Film (short) by Warsaw Film School Assistant director, additional dialogue