Chosen alongside All Quiet on the Western Front, Santiago Mitre's Argentina 1985, and the Banshees of Inisherin, Skolimowski’s film is billed as a dark exploration of humanity, technology and nature.
'EO' by legendary Polish film director Jerzy Skolimowski received an Oscar nomination for Best International Feature Film on Tuesday.
The film by veteran filmmaker Jerzy Skolimowski tells the story of a donkey, who, wandering around the world, suffers cruelty at the hands of man. Passed from hand to hand, the animal meets both good and bad people in a series of adventures that explore a vision of modern Europe through his eyes.
Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski and two Belgian filmmakers have received ex aequo a jury prize at the 75th Cannes Film Festival.
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 anthology from some of Poland’s best directors promises to be ‘a stimulating and moving story about human struggle in a state of transition — the shift from a world which had a structure we were familiar with, to the need to redefine it anew.
Arguably the most important film festival in Poland, this year’s Polish Film Festival in Gdynia will give audiences not only a unique opportunity to see what’s hot in today’s cinema, but will also provide a concise snapshot of Polish film’s glorious past.
Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski plays one of the main roles in the Italian film Una storia senza nome (A history without a name) by Roberto Ando. The production will be presented at the 75th Venice International Film Festival.