Feature and documentary film director.
He resides in France, where he has made around 40 films over three decades for French television, as well as BBC, TVP (Poland) and other stations. His specialty is history films and biography. He co-wrote the screenplay for "Europa, Europa" with Agnieszka Holland, which was nominated for the Oscar in 1991. Among his works is "Culture Monthly" (1985) – codirected with Agnieszka Holland a history of the Literature Institute in Maisons-Laffitte. "KOR" (1988) – a history of the members of the Labour Defence Committee in their own words "Czapski" (1985) – a profile of Józef Czapski codirected with Agnieszka Holland "Emissaires" (1987) – three military couriers share untold facts about their war experiences in London, Washington and New York: Jan Nowak-Jeziorański, Jerzy Lerski and Jan Karski. "Moi, Gombrowicz" (1989) – a series of interviews with Witold Gombrowicz in which he talks about contemporary trends in art, along with his own tastes and phobias. "Jan Lebenstein" (2000) - the diary of a loner "Gombrowicz" (2000) portrait of a writer.