21-02-2010

Poland awaits Polish Eagles awards

By Katarzyna Grynienko

The prestigious Polish Film Awards, the Eagles will take place March 1 in Warsaw. Members of the Polish Film Academy have chosen the nominees in 16 categories.

Awarded annually by the Polish Film Academy, the Eagles have been the most prominent film prizes in Poland since 1999.
The Polish Film Academy (www.pnf.pl) with over 500 member and is headed by Polish director Agnieszka Holland.

The Polish Eagles are awarded in 16 categories: The Best Film, Best Leading Male Performance, Best Leading FemalePerformance, Best Direction, Best Script, Lifetime Achievement Award, Best Supporting Male Performance, Best Supporting Female Performance, Best Photos, Best Set Design, Best Music, Best Costumes, Best Montage, Best Sound, Best European Film and the Discovery of the Year Award introduced in 2009.

The awards will be broadcast by public channel TVP 2 (www.tvp.pl). The Lifetime Achievement Award winner will be announced during a special press conference on February 24.

The Polish Film Awards are under the honorary patronage of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. The official partner of the Polish Eagles is PricewaterhouseCoopers.

{mosimage}Full List of nominees for the Polish Film Awards 2010:

Best Sound

1. Jacek Hamela, Krzysztof Jastrząb - Afonia i pszczoły/ Happy Aphonya

2. Krzysztof Jastrząb - Janosik. Prawdziwa historia / Janosik. The True Story

3. Mateusz Adamczyk, Sebastian Witkowski - Wojna polsko-ruska / Snow White And Russian Red

Best Editor

1. Paweł Laskowski - Dom zły/ Dark House

2. Jarosław Kamiński, Jacek Bławut - Jeszcze nie wieczór / Before The Twilight

3. Elżbieta Kurkowska - Mniejsze zło / The Lesser Of Two Evils

Best Costumes

1. Anita Hroššová, Magdalena Tesławska - Janosik. Prawdziwa historia / Janosik. The True Story

2. Jagna Janicka - Miasto z morza / Born Of The Sea

3. Magdalena Biedrzycka - Rewers / Reverse

Best Set Design

1. Aniko Kiss - Generał Nil/ General Nil

2. Jacek Osadowski - Miasto z morza / Born Of The Sea

3. Andrzej Kowalczyk - Popiełuszko. Wolność jest w nas / Popiełuszko

4. Magdalena Dipont, Robert Czesak - Rewers/ Reverse

5. Joanna Kaczyńska - Wojna polsko-ruska / Snow White And Russian Red

Best Music

1. Włodek Pawlik - Rewers/ Reverse

2. Wojciech Kilar - Rewizyta/ Revisited

3. Paweł Mykietyn - Tatarak / Sweet Rush

Best Script

1. Wojciech Smarzowski, Łukasz Kośmicki - Dom Zły / Dark House

2. Krzysztof Łukaszewicz, Ryszard Bugajski - Generał Nil/ General Nil

3. Andrzej Bart - Rewers/ Reverse

Best Cinematography

1. Krzysztof Ptak - Dom Zły / Dark House

2. Marcin Koszałka - Rewers/ Reverse

3. Marian Prokop - Wojna polsko-ruska / Snow White And Russian Red

Best Supporting Actress

1. Anna Polony - Rewers/ Reverse

2. Krystyna Janda - Rewers/ Reverse

3. Sonia Bohosiewicz - Wojna polsko-ruska / Snow White And Russian Red

Best Supporting Actor

1. Robert Więckiewicz - Dom zły/ Dark House

2. Janusz Gajos - Mniejsze zło / The Lesser Of Two Evils

3. Adam Woronowicz - Rewers/ Reverse


The Actress

1. Kinga Preis - Dom zły / Dark House

2. Agata Buzek - Rewers / Reverse

3. Krystyna Janda - Tatarak / Sweet Rush

Best Actor

1. Marian Dziędziel - Dom zły / Dark House

2. Marcin Dorociński - Rewers / Reverse

3. Borys Szyc - Wojna polsko-ruska / Snow White And Russian Red

Best European Film

1. Das weisse band / The White Ribbon, dir. Michael Haneke, Austria/Germany/France/Italy

2. Slumdog Millionaire, dir.. Danny Boyle, Great Britain

3. Vicky Cristina Barcelona, dir. Woody Allen, Spain/USA

Best Director

1. Wojciech Smarzowski - Dom zły / Dark House

2. Borys Lankosz - Rewers / Reverse

3. Xawery Żuławski - Wojna polsko-ruska / Snow White and Russian Red

Discovery of the Year

1. Katarzyna Rosłaniec - direction - Galerianki/ Mall Girls

2. Borys Lankosz - direction- Rewers/ Reverse

3. Paweł Borowski - direction- Zero / Zero

Best Film

1. Dom zły/ Dark House

2. Rewers/ Reverse

3. Wojna polsko-ruska/ Snow White and Russian Red