100 YEARS AT THE CINEMA

POLISH TITLE: 100 LAT W KINIE

This entry in the British Film Institute-sponsored international centenary celebration of cinema in which noted directors present a film that exemplifies their country or region's cinema and its origins, represents Poland. Based on a suggestion by late filmmaker Kryzstof Kieslowski and directed by Pawel Lozinski, the film is comprised of interviews with a wide range of moviegoers asked by unseen interviewers to give their thoughts about Polish cinema

GENRE:
documentary
RUNNING TIME:
62'
YEAR:
DIRECTING:
Paweł Łoziński
DOP:
Artur Reinhart
EDITOR:
Dorota Wardęszkiewicz
PRODUCTION:
TVP 1 S.A., Studio Filmowe TOR, British Film Institute

Paweł Łoziński »

Polish director, cameraman and producer of documentaries born in 1965 in Warsaw.  Author of more than 20 award-winning documentaries. Graduate of the Directing Department at the Film School in Łódź. He worked as an assistant to Krzysztof Kieślowski on "Three Colors: White". He makes distinct and emotionally charged films about people of whom he draws intimate portraits. His films such as debut "Birthplace", "Sisters", "Chemo", "Father and Son" , "You Have No Idea How Much I Love You" and the latest "The Balcony Movie" are considered innovative as they venture into new thematic areas and explore uncharted spaces within the documentary film genre.