Award winning cinematographer Ita Zbroniec-Zajt works between Poland and Sweden. She has studied at The Polish National Filmschool in Lodz and received the prestigious scholarship at the Budapest Cinematography Masterclass 2011. Most recently she became the first female Cinematographer to recive an Guldbagge Award – she got it for her visually strong and iconic imagery of Måns Månsson’s “The Yard”. Other recent projects includes critically acclaimed films such as Goran Kapetanovic’s “My Aunt in Sarajevo”, and Hanna Sköld’s “Granny’s Dancing on the Table”. In the making is Ísold Uggadóttir’s first feature “And Breathe Normally” which premieres in 2017. Ita has an amazing eye and is passionate about the projects she takes on, a big part in the success that follows her path.