Piotr Szulkin

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Piotr Szulkin
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Born (1950-04-26)26 April 1950
Gdańsk, Poland
Occupation Film director
Screenwriter

Piotr Szulkin (Polish pronunciation: [ˈpjɔtr ˈʂulkʲin]; born 26 April 1950 in Gdańsk) is a Polish film director. He directed over 30 movies and received about 50 awards, Polish and international, including Best Science Fiction Film Director at Eurocon, 1984. He is also a professor at the National Film School in Łódź.

Personal life[edit]

He is the son of Paweł Szulkin (pl) (1911-1987), a Polish physicist from an assimilated Jewish family (his grandparents were Idel Szulkin and Małka Frydzon).[1] His paternal uncle was Michał Szulkin (pl) (1908-1992), a historian and publicist.

In 2013, Piotr Szulkin demanded the removal of information about the Jewish ancestry of Paweł Szulkin in his biography in the Polski Słownik Biograficzny (Polish National Dictionary). After Piotr Szulkin sued Polski Słownik Biograficzny, in January 2014, the Civil Court in Kraków, as a protective action, put a one-year prohibition on the dissemination of the volume of Polski Słownik Biograficzny including the biography of Paweł Szulkin.[2]

Films directed[edit]

Scripts written[edit]

  • 1972 Raz, dwa, trzy
  • 1972 Wszystko
  • 1974 Przed kamerą SBB
  • 1975 Zespół SBB
  • 1975 Narodziny
  • 1976 Życie codzienne
  • 1977 Oczy uroczne
  • 1979 Golem
  • 1981 Wojna światów - Następne stulecie
  • 1984 O-Bi, O-Ba. Koniec cywilizacji
  • 1985 Ga, Ga. Chwała bohaterom
  • 1993 Mięso (Ironica)
  • 2003 Ubu Król

Actor[edit]

  • 1978 Szpital przemienienia (as Jakub)
  • 1986 Kołysanka (Lullaby, A (The Lullabye)
  • 1985 Képvadászok
  • 1989 Lawa jako Diabeł I
  • 1992 Kiedy rozum śpi

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Piotr Szulkin at Wikimedia Commons