This is a bilingual institution that is part of the Warsaw Film School in Zoliborz. It is a one-year program. It has a long and illustrious tradition as a High School of Film, which boasts a 100 percent Baccalaureate pass rate. On the premise that "making games could be more fun than playing," students learn the secrets of video game design and production, computer graphics and animation, art, and music. They have the opportunity to learn from the best: classes in game design are led by Maciej Szcześnik, one of the creators of the game "The Witcher" and the Warsaw Film School. The high school also works closely with one of the largest producers of video games—the company Techland.
The school places great emphasis on developing the intellectual and creative abilities of students. It aims to develop students’ general knowledge, creativity, communication skills, openness to the world, knowledge of foreign languages, and specialized knowledge of the art of film. It has compulsory classes in art education, and students also have the opportunity to take classes in math, rhetoric, photography, astronomy, psychology, art history, media, and fencing. It also offers intensive language learning in English, and teaches a secondary language, which is French or Spanish.