Our goal is to initiate and promote international artistic cooperation and to strengthen intercultural dialogue. We want to create and popularize innovative activities of artistic and educational nature that lead to the development of cultural and artistic awareness in society. We deal with various issues in the field of culture ranging from various forms of art and music, through film and literature. The foundation was created from the need to promote and organize events in the field of high culture and cultural education. We provide comprehensive support for projects. We invite prestigious institutions and partners to cooperate with us and organize concerts, exhibitions, dance festivals, film reviews, meetings with artists, workshops and other cultural events. We work with media centres, contributing to the popularization of organized events. The basis of our commitment to culture and art is the social dimension as well as the sustainability of projects. We want to take care of professional artists and bands of the young generation whose passion attracts a new audience. We invite artists, creators, people involved in cultural activities, institutions and sponsors to cooperate with us. We are convinced that good energy of the Proyecto Perfecto Foundation, new ideas, determination in implementation, and very good cooperation with artists, partners and sponsors are a guarantee of success of our projects.
The first project that inaugurated the activities of the Proyecto Perfecto Foundation was the Krzysztof Kieslowski Cinema Cycle - A Road to Freedom, which was implemented as part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of regaining independence by Poland.
The cycle was inaugurated on July 25, 2018 with the film “Amator”, with the appeareance of Jerzy Stuhr, who after the screening met with the audience.
On July 26, 2018 a presentation of the Spanish monograph “La Doble Vida de Krzysztof Kieslowski” (Donostia Kultura, Filmoteca Vasca, 2015) and a debate on the work of Krzysztof Kieślowski took place. The actor Jerzy Stuhr, biographer of the director Stanisław Zawiśliński and editor of the book, Joanna Bardzińska took part in the debate. After the debate, the audience was invited to attend the screening of a documentary film about Krzysztof Kieslowski – “I am so so” (Krzysztof Wierzbicki, 1995).
The event was accompanied by three exhibitions:
- exhibition "Krzysztof Kieślowski - Traces and Memory" documenting the life and work of Krzysztof Kieślowski, prepared by the Museum of Cinematography in Łódź,
- exhibition "Photographs from the City of Lodz" presenting photos taken by the director during his studies at the Film School in Łódź,
- exhibition of posters for films by Krzysztof Kieślowski from different countries.