Agnieszka Holland at IFFR
Agniezka HOLLAND (b. 1948, Poland) studied at the film school in Prague. From 1972 to 1981, she was a member of a collective led by Andrzej Wajda. Since her debut in 1979 (Provincial Actors), which won a prize in Cannes, the Polish filmmaker has built up an enormous international oeuvre. She has also continued to film ‘Polish’, historic themes. In the course of her career she has won several prizes for her films and series, including an Oscar nomination for Europe Europe (1990).
(selection) Aktorzy prowincjonalni/Provincial Actors (1979), Goraczka/Fever(1981) Kobieta samotna/A Lonely Woman (1981), Bittere Ernte/Angry Harvest (1985), To Kill a Priest (1988), Europa Europa/Europe, Europe (1990), Olivier, Olivier (1992), The Secret Garden (1993), Total Eclipse (1995), Washington Square (1997), Shot in the Heart (2001, TV), Julie Walking Home (2002), Copying Beethoven (2006), Ekipa/ Prime Minister (2007, TV), In Darkness (2011), Horící ker/Burning Bush (2013, TV)