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 »

Director, scriptwriter and producer of documentary and fiction films born in 1965 in Warsaw. He earned his degree from the Film Directing Department of Łódź Film School. His documentary films include Birthplace (1992), The Way It Is (1999), Sisters (1999), Between the Doors (2004), Wygnańcy (2005), Kitty, Kitty (2008), Chemo (2009) Father and Son (2013), Werka (2014). . He has won prestigious awards at festivals in Bornholm, Paris, Leipzig and Krakow. 
fot. Rafał Masłow