Production company of husbands Joanna Kozuch and Boris Sima, established in 2013. Plackartnyj is a name of a sleeping wagon, which is travelling in countries of former Soviet Union. It is the most popular and the cheapest travelling class: no coupés, no doors. Just open space with 54 beds, 54 travellers and 54 stories. Plackartnyj, Ltd. is genial and artistic platform for stories not only from East block.
Director, visual artist and animator. Joanna graduated at Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan (PL) and University of Silesia in Katowice (PL). She is also a teacher at Animation department at Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, where she has received her PhD (SK). His filmography includes Game (2004), Fongopolis (2014) and 39 Weeks, 6 Days (2017). She is now working on her next short animated documentary Once there was a sea...
Boris studied Animated Film at the UTB in Zlín (Czech Republic). From 1998 to 2003 he studied at the Academy of Performing Arts (VŠMU) in Bratislava, at the Department of Animated Film. His filmography includes Today is my first date (2002), Catch him! (2008), Off To The Castle! (2012) and 39 Weeks, 6 Days (2017). Now he is working on TV series Mimi and Lisa and Websters by Katarina Kerekesova.
Mila was born in 2010. She studied kindergarden in Bratislava and she succesfully passed the entrance exams on elementary school lately. She co-operated on art designs of the TV series Mimi and Lisa. For this TV series she created one space entity for the part "Stinky Planet". Her hobbies are horses, plastic diamonds and videogame Monument Valley. She is the master of the game Sorry! and don't ruin yourself!