born in 1975 in Skórcz, director and screenwriter. Master’s degree in film directing from Krzysztof Kieślowski Faculty of Radio and Television University of Silesia in Katowice in 2004.
His diploma project "T-Rex"was awarded with, i.a. Bronze Tadpole at the Camerimage Festival in 2003, and in the subsequent year the Jancio Wodnik award at the Polish Film Art Festival at Prowincjonalia in Września. "T-Rex" was again awarded with a Blue Tadpole at the Camerimage Festival in 2008 for the best short film of the decade 1997-2007.
In 2009 Sławek Pstrong directed an independent film production "Plan". The comedy was a multiple award winner. It won a distinction at the International Festival of Independent Cinema at the 35. Polish Film Festival in Gdynia in 2010. His feature film "Cisza" (Silence), was released in the same year, and was awarded with, i.a. the Audience Award at the "Youth and Film" Koszalin Film Debut Festival in Koszalin.
Many of his works remain unknown to a wider audience. Sławek wrote a few hundred short stories and poems. He started writing already in his early youth. One of his last projects-to-be was the feature film "Zamieć" (Blizzard).The script, co-written with Marcin Grabowski, was waiting to materialise.