Tonight, the Polish Film Academy awards ceremony was held. The Eagle statuette for the best documentary film went to the author of "Tell No One."

The Polish Film Awards have been given since 1999, however, it was only in 2013 that the category appeared that allowed to award the best Polish documentary films. The films honoured with the title of the Best Documentary Film award in the last few years are: "Man At War" by Jacek Bławut, "Another World" by Dorota Kędzierzawska, "Warsaw Uprising" by Jan Komasa, "The Actress" by Kinga Dębska and Maria Konwicka, "Communion" by Anna Zamecka, "21 x New York City" by Piotr Stasik and "The Prince and the Dybbuk" by Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosołowski.

This year, the members of the Jury selected, from among several dozens of documentary film productions, as many as nine documentary films which received the nomination to the Award. The following films had a chance to win the Eagle in the documentary film category:  "In Touch" by Piotr Ziemilski, "The Wind. A Documentary Thriller" by Michał Bielawski, "Diagnosis" by Ewa Podgórska, "Compulsory Figures" by Ewa Kochańska,  "Maksymiuk. "Concerto for Two" by Tomasz Drozdowicz, "Marek Edelman ... And There Was Love In The Ghetto" by Jolanta Dylewska, "Love and Empty Words" by Małgorzata Imielska, "The Symphony of the Ursus Factory" by Jaśmina Wójcik. Finally, the statuette went to the film "Tell No One" by Tomasz Sekielski.

You can find more information about the awards on the official website of the Eagles.