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The group of five who have been recognised for their remarkable contributions to the film industry will now have the privilege of voting for Oscar contenders.
The model-turned-actress whose grandparents are Polish, is often referred to as 'EmRata' due to the confusion about the correct pronunciation which is phonetically anglicized as (rat-a-cow-ski).
Currently in Kraków to film In The Lost Lands alongside fellow star Dave Bautista, the actress Instagrammed her experience to her 4.3 million followers in a post that’s since been liked by over 120,000 people.
Joining forces with megastars Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara, the new thriller entitled The Island stands to cement Paweł Pawlikowski’s soaring reputation as one of cinema’s great talents.
The Warsaw-born actress was awarded for her leading role in 'It's Not Over', an Italian-Scottish thriller filmed in Scotland and directed by Italy’s Alessandro Riccardi.
The multi-award winning Italian actress is set to appear in Jerzy Skolimowski’s 'Baltazar,' a contemporary interpretation of the 1966 cult film 'Au Hasard, Balthazar' directed by Robert Bresson.
The 22nd edition of the Polish Oscars known as the Eagles, was a triumph for Jan Komasa as his film scooped 11 Eagle statues including best film, best leading actor and actress, and best director.
Telling one year in the life of Jędrusik, the film looks at how the singer/actress struggled with expectations imposed on her by society, which director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz describes as “a universal topic and always up to date. Each of us has to face what is considered appropriate for sex, age, etc. Kalina was in the spotlight, adored and hated, she experienced these dilemmas in extreme form.”
Following on from the success of her Budzik clinic where children in a coma receive treatment, care and rehabilitation, actress Ewa Błaszczyk now plans to build a similar clinic for adults in a coma.