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  • Janusz Zaorski

    Janusz Zaorski

    11-th May 2019

    JANUSZ ZAORSKI Born on 19th September 1947 in Warsaw. Film, television, theatre, and radio director. Producer and screenwriter. 1965-69 studied at the Łódź Film School at the Department of Film Directing. Master’s degree in Film Arts (diploma in 1971). 2009 PhD in Film Directing at the Theatre Academy in Warsaw. Member of the Polish Filmmakers Association, the European Film Academy, the Polish Producers Alliance, and ZaiKS (Polish Society of Authors and Composers). 1987 – 90 The Chairman of the Polish Federation of Film Societies 1987-91 The Chairman and Artistic Director of the DOM Film Studio 1991-93 The President of the Radio and TV Committee 1993-95 The President of the National Council of Radio Broadcasting and Television Since 2005 lecturer at the Theatre Academy in Warsaw Author of 15 motion picture films, 12 television films, 5 TV series and 10 TV theatres. Most important motion picture films: Awans (Promotion) 1974 - Main award at Gdańsk Film Festival Pokój z widokiem na morze (A room with a view of the sea) 1978 - Silver Leopard Award (main award), FIPRESCI award in Locarno Baryton (Baritone) 1985 - Main award at Gdańsk Film Festival, honourable mention in Montreal Jezioro Bodeńskie (Lake Constance) 1986 - Grand Prix (Golden Leopard) in Locarno, the youth jury’s award Matka Królów (Mother of the Kings) 1988 - Silver Bear (main award) in Berlin Grand Prix - Golden Lions in Gdynia and the critics circle’s and youth jury’s awards, Grand Prix Sopot (Yugoslavia) 15 foreign and national awards in total Piłkarski poker (The Soccer Poker) - MKiS award (The Minister of Culture Award) 1989 Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku (Happy New Year) 1997 - Award for best director at Gdynia Film Festival Syberiada polska (Siberian Exile) 2013 - Grand Prix in Seattle Pokolenia (Generations) 2017 Important television films Kaprysy Łazarza (Lazarus’ Whims) 1972 - 14th place in the survey on the top 100 Polish television films conducted by a Polish weekly “Polityka” Zaległy urlop (Overdue Leave) 1978 - award for the screenplay at TV Film Festival in Olsztyn Biało-Czerwono-Czarny, czyli Olisadebe (Olisadebe: White-Red-Black) 2002 (documentary) Cudownie ocalony (Miraculously Saved) 2004 - Grand Prix (Golden Chest) in Plowdiw, Bulgaria Mundial Biało-Czerwonych: Trzej przyjaciele z boiska (World Cup of Eagles: Three Friends from the Sports Fields) 2006 (documentary) Important TV series Zezem (With a Grain of Salt) 1977 Grand Prix TV Film Festival in Olsztyn Punkt Widzenia (Point of View) 1980 Od A do Zet (From A to Z) 1999 - the history of Polish bandstand and cabaret Important TV theatres Ziemia tragiczna (Tragic Land) by Erskine Caldwell 1980 Chłodna jesień (Chilly Autumn) by Eustachy Rylski 1989 Ach, co za wynalazek (Ah, What an Invention) by Mikhail Bulgakov 1995 Odbita sława (Regained Glory) by Ron Horwood 1996 Cyrograf, Mizerykordia i Małpa (A Chirograph, a Misericord and a Monkey) by Jerzy Niemczuk 1999, 2001, 2006

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  • Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieślak

    Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieślak

    11-th May 2019

    Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieślak (1951) – a character actress who starred in many films including Trzeba zabić tę miłość (This Love Must be Killed) (1972) as Magda, Polskie Drogi (Polish Roads) (1976) directed by Morgenstern as Basia Białasówka, Pani Bovary to ja (Madame Bovary is me) directed by Zbigniew Kamieński as Anna, and in Sam na sam (One-on-one) directed by Andrzej Kostenko (both in 1977), Jan Serce (Jan Heart) (1981) directed by Piwowarski as Mgiełka, Inne Spojrzenie (Different Way) (1982) directed by Károly Makk as Eva, for which she received an award in Cannes, Wkrótce Nadejdą Bracia (The Brothers Will Come Soon) (1985) directed by Kurtz as Ada, 300 mil do nieba (300 Miles to Heaven) (1989) directed by Mirosław Dembiński as the Mother, and in Rysa (Scratch) (2008) directed by Michał Rosa as Joanna. On the stage: in Drama Theatre she starred in Elektra (1974) directed by Dejmek, King Lear (1977) directed by Jarocki as Regan, Noc listopadowa (November Night) directed by Prus as Medea and Kora (both in 1978), Szósty stopień oddalenia (Six Degrees of Separation) directed by her husband, Piotr Cieślak, as Kitty, in Historyja o chwalebnym zmartwychwstaniu pańskim (the Story of the Glorious Resurrection) directed by Piotr Cieplak as Mary, Elektra directed by Warlikowski as Klitajmestra, Końcówka (The Ending) directed by Libera as Nel (both in 1997), Salome (2000) as Herodias, Wymazywanie (Extinction) (2001) as the Mother, Niedokończony utwór autora (An Author’s Unfinished Work) as Paulina, Sztuka hiszpańska (the Spanish Play) directed by Lupa as Aurelia (both in 2004), and in Opowieści o zwyczajnym szaleństwie (A Story of an Ordinary Madness) (2005) directed by Glińska. In the Polish Theatre she starred in: Romulus Wielki (Romulus the Great) directed by Dejmek as Rea (1985) and Hekabe (2011), Mąż i żona (Husband and Wife) (1977) directed by Hanuszkiewicz as Aniela and Elwira in the National Theatre, Dante 1992 directed by Szajna as Beatrice in Studio, T.E.O.R.E.M.A.T. (T.H.E.O.R.E.M.) directed by Jarzyna as Emilia in the Variety Theatre, and in Namiętności (Passion) directed by Cywińska as miss Shapiro in Athenaeum (both in 2009). She says: “Self-centredness is an inherent part of this profession. If you don’t want people to like you, go sell vegetables. Let’s be honest, an actor has to be a vain person in this respect. Otherwise you have no business here.”

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  • Tom McSorley

    Tom McSorley

    11-th May 2019

    Tom McSorley is Executive Director of the Canadian Film Institute, an Adjunct Research Professor of Film Studies at Carleton University, and weekly film critic for CBC Radio One’s ‘Ottawa Morning.’ He has published extensively in cinema journals and magazines in Canada and internationally, and has served on film festival juries in Canada, Spain, Australia, Estonia, Armenia, and Mexico. He is editor of the Canadian Film Institute book series, which includes: Rivers of Time: The Films of Philip Hoffman (2008), Life Without Death: The Cinema of Frank Cole (2009), Elective Identities: The Moving Images of Garine Torossian (2010), Entre Nous: The Cinema of Denis Côté (2011), Intimacies: The Cinema of Ingrid Veninger (2012), Forms of Light: The Films of Malcolm Sutherland(2012), Time Being: The Moving Images of Daniel Cockburn (2013), Dark Mirror: The Films of Theodore Ushev (2014), The Transformable Moment: The Films of Stephen Broomer (2014), and Reports: Jorge Lozano (2018). He is the author of Atom Egoyan’s The Adjuster (2009).

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  • Andrzej Fidyk

    Andrzej Fidyk

    11-th May 2019

    Andrzej Fidyk - Author of over 40 documentaries for TVP, BBC, Arte, Canal+, WDR, and more. His most popular films include Defilada (The Parade), Kiniarze z Kalkuty (Cameramen from Calcutta), Taniec trzcin (Dance of the Reeds), Rosyjski Striptease (Russian Striptease), and Yodok Stories. Winner of several dozen film festivals. He believes that a documentary, apart from having other assets, should be encouraging for an average viewer. For several years he was the Head of Documentaries at Polish Television 1. His TV documentaries Czas na dokument (Time for a documentary), Miej oczy szeroko otwarte (Keep Your Eyes Open) and Oglądaj z Andrzejem Fidykiem (Watch with Andrzej Fidyk) received Wiktor’s Award, meaning that they were considered to be the best documentaries in Poland. Author of several dozen publicity films, and the winner of national advertisement festival in 2006. Film art professor at the Department of Radio and TV at University of Silesia. Member of the European Film Academy.

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