Agnieszka Lukasiak

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Agnieszka Lukasiak
AgnieszkaLukasiakApr2011.jpg
Lukasiak in April 2011
Born (1979-12-18) 18 December 1979 (age 39)
OccupationDirector

Agnieszka Lukasiak (born 18 December 1979 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 2006 she won the Nordic Documentary Award for her film Forgotten at the Nordisk Panorama Film Festival in Aarhus, Denmark.[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. Archived from the original on 2016-03-18. Retrieved 2009-10-11.
  3. ^ "Agnieszka Lukasiak". Swedish Film Institute. Retrieved 2009-10-11.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "Award Winners Nordisk Panorama, Aarhus 2006". Nordisk Panorama. Retrieved 14 September 2015.

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