Agnieszka Lukasiak

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Agnieszka Lukasiak
AgnieszkaLukasiakApr2011.jpg
Lukasiak in April 2011
Born December 1978 (age 35)
Wrocław, Poland
Occupation Director

Agnieszka Lukasiak (born 18 December 1978 in Wrocław, Poland) is an award winning film director based in Los Angeles, Stockholm and London.[1] She began her career by directing cinema released feature documentaries. She is now directing feature films.

Lukasiak came to Sweden in 1984 with her parents as refugees. [2] She graduated from the directing department of the Polish National Film School in Łódź in 2002. [3]

Awards[edit]

In 2007 she won the Nordic Documentary Award for her film Forgotten at the Nordisk Panorama 5 Cities Film Festival in Danmark.[4]

Awards and Official Selections

  • EDINBURGH IFF, official selection 2011
  • IFFI, official selection, 2011
  • LONDON P film festival, official selection, 2011
  • PUSAN IFF, official selection 2010
  • WARSAW IFF, In competition 2011
  • LUBECK Film Festival, Winner, 2011
  • MILL VALLEY IFF, official Selection, 2011
  • GOLDEN CARPATHIAN IFF, Winner Audience Award, 2011
  • PROWINCJONALIA FF, Winner Critics award, Winner Best female lead, 2010
  • MLODZI I FILM IFF, Winner young jury award, Winner best script, 2011
  • FEBIOFEST PRAG, in competition, 2011
  • DORTMUND Women FF, In competition, 2011
  • NEW HORIZON IFF, In competition, 2011
  • TROIA IFF, In competition, 2011
  • OFF PLUS CAMERA IFF, In competition, 2011
  • ANKARA IFF, In competition, 2011
  • MURMANSK IFF, official selection, 2011
  • HONG KONG IFF, official selection, 2012
  • Koszalin, In competition, 2011
  • Kaunas, In competition,2011
  • Valladolid, In competition, 2011
  • Cottbus, In competition, 2011
  • Helsinki Refugee, official selection, 2011
  • Vienna human rights, official selection, 2011
  • Gbg, official selection, 2012
  • Seoul women, official selection, 2012
  • Palic, official selection, 2012
  • Nordic Panorama, The Nordic Documentary Award, Awarded as the best Scandinavian Documentary, 2006
  • Trieste Film Festival, Italy, Best Documentary, 2007
  • International Images Film Festival for Women, Harare, Zimbabwe, Best Documentary, 2006
  • The Humanitarian award, 2006, A prize handled out to a Scandinavian film maker by a special commission each year
  • Munich film festival, Nominated for best documentary, 1999
  • Etiuda, Kraków Short Film Festival, Best Short Documentary, 1998
  • idfa documentary film festival amsterdam, Best Feature film length documentary, 2002, Shortlisted
  • Hot Docs Toronto, Canada, Best Feature Length Documentary, 2002, Shortlisted
  • Silverdocs, Usa, Best Feature length Documentary, 2002, Shortlisted
  • Gotenburg Film Festival, Best Documentary, 2003, shortlisted
  • Kazimierz 03, Best Documentary, 2003, shortlisted
  • Chicago film festival, Best Documentary, 2003, Shortlisted
  • New York film festival, Best Documentary, 2003, Shortlisted
  • Athens film festival, Best Documentary, 2003, Shortlisted
  • Ljubljana film festival, Best Documenetary, 2003, shortlisted
  • Tempo film festival, Best Documentary, 2003, shortlisted
  • Margaret Mead Film festival, Best Documentary, 2004, Shortlisted
  • Thessaloniki Docu film festival, Best Documentary, 2003, Shortlisted
  • REAL; life on film, Australien, Best Documentary, 2003, Shortlisted
  • Nordisk Panorama, Best Documentary, 2003, shortlisted
  • Full frame Documentary film festival, Best Documentary, 2007, shortlisted
  • Sofia international film festival, Best Documentary, 2007, shortlisted
  • ZagrebDox, Best Documentary, 2007, Shortlisted
  • Docsbarcelona-International Film festival, 2007, No competitive festival
  • Oslo international film festival, 2006
  • Fox days Helsinki
  • DokMa,Nordisk film days Lubeck, Best documentary, 2007, shortlisted
  • reykjavik shorts&Docs, Best documentary, 2007, shortlisted
  • Bucharest Film festival, Best Documentary, 2007, shortlisted
  • Munich film festival, Best Short Film, 1999, shortlisted
  • Munich film festival, Best Documentary, 1999, Shortlisted
  • Kraków Film festival, Best Documentary, 1999, shortlisted

Filmography[edit]

  • Murzynek bambo (2000)
  • Algeria: Drink, Smoke and Love (2003) ASIN: B004YWSJQ2
  • Algeria: The Nameless War (2003)
  • Bortglömda (2005) English title: Forgotten
  • Between Two Fires (2010)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blaney, M (2006-11-22). "Apple comes on with Hob for Lukasiak feature". Screen Daily. Retrieved 2009-10-16. 
  2. ^ "Swedish film - The storytellers". Sweden.se. Retrieved 2009-10-11. [dead link]
  3. ^ "Agnieszka Lukasiak". Swedish Film Institute. Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  4. ^ "Prize Winners 2007". Filmkontakt Nord. Retrieved September 6, 2009. 

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