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Polish director, and cinematographer, born in 1981 in Koszalin. Graduated from The Cinematography and Television Production Department of PWSFTviT (Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School) in Łódź. His etude Mistrz Świata, created while he still was as student, won him the Jan Machulski Polish Independent Cinema Award for Best Cinematography, and a nomination in the Polish Short Films Competition at the New Horizons Festival.
Attended nine editions of the Festival. Mistrz Świata was featured in the Student Etudes Competition in 2006. At the 19th edition of the Festival, he and Piotr Bernaś were awarded the Golden Frog Award in the Short Documentary Films Competition for Paparazzi. In 2013 together with Ryszard Lenczewski he was awarded with the Golden Frog for his cinematography in Ida by Paweł Pawlikowski. Two years later, in 2015, he was among the jurors of the Feature Lenght Documentary Films Competition, and his cinematography in Magnus von Horn's The Here After was presented in the Polish Films Competition. In 2016 the festival audience has a chance to see Żal's cinematography in two films, both directed by Wojciech Kasperski: The High Frontier in Polish Films Competition and Icon in Documentary Feature Lenght Films Competition.
Polish director, screenplay writer, and writer. Born in 1949, in Lvov, he has lived and worked in France most of his life. He has directed more than a dozen feature films, and wrote over 20 novels. His films, such as The Third Part of the Night, Possession, Szamanka, and Fidelity, have usually stirred debates among film critics, earning Żuławski the reputation of a controversial director.
Andrzej Żuławski attended the 1st Camerimage Festival, as well as eleven other editions. In 1996, he was member of the Main Competition jury. In 2004, he conducted student workshops at the 12th Camerimage Festival. Andrzej Żuławski is also a two-time recipient of the festival awards. In 2002, he was granted the Cinematographer-Director Duo Award for his cooperation with Andrzej J. Jaroszewicz. In 2008, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award to Polish Director with Unique Visual Sensitivity. A retrospective review of his films featured The Third Part of the Night, The Devil, and On the Silver Globe.
Polish director, born in 1971 in Warsaw. Son of Andrzej Żuławski, a director, and Małgorzata Braunek, an actress. Graduated of the The Film and Television Directing Department of PWSFTviT (The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School) in Łódź. In 2006, his Chaos was recognized with the Golden Lion award at the Gdynia Film Festival for Best Directorial Debut. He also directed Snow White and Russian Red, which received the Grand Prize - Silver Lions. Other nomination included the Eagle award.
He participated in the Plus Camerimage Festival thrice - in 2006, 2009, and 2011. At the 19th edition of the Festival, he was on the jury of the Student Etudes Competition. In 2009, he was distinguished with an award in the Polish Films Competition for Snow White and Russian Red.