Warsaw Film School student Tadeusz Łysiak's short movie and longtime Spielberg collaborator and cinematographer Janusz Kamiński have been nominated for 2022 Oscars.
VIDEO: The 65 year old, who in the past has worked on films such as ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, and ‘Prometheus,’ has been put forward for Best Cinematographer at the 93rd Oscars which will be held on April 25.
A film directed by renowned Polish director Agnieszka Holland has been shortlisted for the 93rd Academy Awards in the Best International Feature Film category.
The documentary describes Warsaw University archaeology professor Andrzej Niwiński’s life-long search in the Valley of King’s for the hidden tomb of 11th century BC Egyptian ruler Herhor.
The film co-directed by Małgorzata Szumowska and Michał Englert and selected for the 77th Venice International Film Festival has been described as “a universal story about man, which elevates Polish cinema to the heights of great European masters.”
VIDEO: Directed by Dorota Kobiela, the artwork for the new adaptation of Władysław Reymont’s masterpiece Chłopi has been completely hand-painted to tell the classic story of life in the Polish countryside over a century ago.
The TD-16N caterpillar bulldozer produced in Stalowa Wola, southeastern Poland, has become the first item of construction machinery produced in Poland ever to win the prestigious Red Dot Product Design Award, known as the 'Oscar of design.'
The prize which goes to the most talented and up-and-coming actresses and actors includes among its recipients box office gems such as Carey Mulligan (The Great Gatsby, Mudbound), Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl, Tomb Raider) and Riz Ahmed (The Sisters Brothers, Rouge One).
Boze Cialo (Corpus Christi), a Polish film directed by Jan Komasa, was shortlisted for the 92nd Academy Award in the Best International Feature Film category, the US Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced.
Communion is Anna Zamecka’s directorial debut. Set in Warsaw, the film delves into the harrowing life of 14 year-old Ola Kaczanowska. The documentary follows her journey as she struggles to take care of both her autistic kid brother and alcoholic father.