Monthly Archives: December 2010

Polish candidates for Oscars

“Everything that I love” by Jacek Borcuch fights in the Foreign Language Film category. 65 titles are involved in the race for the nomination. A short list of eight titles will be announced on January 20. “Essential Killing” by Jerzy … Continue reading

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December 1970 ‘- Anniversary

Antoni Krauze’s (“The Aquarium“) film “Black Thursday” recalls one of the darkest pages in the history of the communist regime in Poland. The authors of “Black Thursday” very keen on restoring air accompanying there volt of the working on the … Continue reading

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“The Ghost Writer” – a big winner of the EFA!

Best film, best director, best screenplay (co-written with Robert Harris), best actor (Ewan McGregor), best soundtrack (Alexandre Desplat) and best art direction (Albrecht Konrad) – Roman Polański’s movie has gained six of seven awards on this year’s European Film Awards … Continue reading

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Wajda appreciated by the Russians

Next Monday Russian president Dimitrij Miedwiediew is going to award Polish director by the Order of Friendship of the Russian Federation. Andrzej Wajda (“Ashes“, “Kanal“)  was “honored for his contribution to the development of Russian-Polish relations in the sphere of … Continue reading

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