Polish director Stanislaw Mucha was born in 1970, in Nowy Targ, but he now lives and works in Germany. Stanislaw makes films about Europe and what is thought to be Europe. Bizarre figures and amusing stories populate his films and, despite all the absurdities, Mucha manages to avoid making the protagonists appear ridiculous. He has created documentaries such as The Centre, Absolute Warhola or Tristia: A Black Sea Odyssey which had won Black Sea Docs Award in 2015. This year, he is back at Pelicam with his latest documentary Kolyma – Road of Bones, present in the Black Sea Docs competition.