On Monday evening, March 25, there was the awards ceremony of Polish Film Academy. The statuette of the Eagle for the best documentary film went to "The Prince and the Dybbuk".

Eagles are a film awards ceremony given annually since 1999, but it was only the seventh time when documentary productions also competed for the awards. The Eagle Award for the Best Documentary Film was given by the members of the Academy to "The Prince and The Dybbuk" directed by Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosołowski.  Other films nominated in the same category were "Opera about Poland" by Piotr Stasik and "Over the Limit" by Marta Prus.

Polish Film Awards were founded in 1999, yet only in 2013 category for best Polish documentary film has been created. The award went in previous years to: "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 and "21 x New York" by Piotr Stasik.

The full list of award-winners can be found on the website of Polish Film Academy