Entitled simply ‘Augustów’, the English language production is the result of a collaboration between London-based historian Tomasz Muskus, who worked as a consultant on 303 Squadron and Cursed, and Hollywood stuntman Jacek Jagódka known for his work on Spectre and Game of Thrones, as well as being stunt double for Alexander Skarsgard in ‘Tarzan’.
Billed as the ‘Mighty Son of Poland’, strongman Jan Stanisław Cyganiewicz was wrestling’s first world champion who would later die in poverty despite a glittering career.
When it comes to historical tents, Michał Siedlecki is the man the film industry turns to first. And now, with a string of blockbuster productions including upcoming viking movie ‘The Northman’, starring Nicole Kidman, William Defoe and Queen’s Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy behind him, the 37-year-old is already starting work on four other major movies.
The couple who are thought to have been together for months, are now believed to be on holiday in the south of France where the Hollywood hunk has a chateaux.
Poland's Ministry of Culture and National Heritage is scratching its head over the fate of an old bridge film-makers want to blow up during filming for the seventh 'Mission Impossible' movie.
Producers of the new Tom Cruise film may have gone a Bridge too Far with the planned stunt which will see the historic 1909 suspension bridge near Jelenia Góra blown to smithereens.
The 2-D game Serial Cleaner is highly rated among gamers across multiple platforms and follows a hitman who must not only kill without being caught but also clean up the scene before escaping.
Meetings with US film industry representatives and the premiere of the film 'Poland: The Royal Tour' are the main points of a visit by Polish Culture Minister, Deputy PM Piotr Gliński to Los Angeles. On Sunday he will meet members of the local Polish diaspora.
Hollywood gossip machine goes into overdrive with rumours that director Chloé Zhao has specifically asked for the 41-year-old to star in her new movie because of his ‘imposing physical presence’.
Bolesławski’s early silent films included work with the immortal Laurel and Hardy and a contract with MGM saw him shoot movies with some of the greats of his day such as Greta Garbo, Marlena Dietrich and Clark Gable.