Wojciech Smarzowski

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Wojciech Smarzowski

Wojciech Smarzowski (born 18 January 1963 in Korczyna near Krosno) is a Polish screenwriter and director. He studied filmmaking at the Jagiellonian University and the National Film School in Łódź (1990).[1] His 2004 film, The Wedding (not to be confused with the Andrzej Wajda film of the same title) earned special jury mention at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 2005. He started his film career as a video camera operator.

Smarzowski’s film Róża gained the Polish Film Award in seven categories in 2011[2] His new film Traffic Department (2013) tells the story of seven policemen from Warsaw - colleagues and good friends whose lives change after one of them dies in mysterious circumstances.[3] It competed in the main competition section of the 35th Moscow International Film Festival.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Feature films[edit]

Director & screenwriter[edit]

Television[edit]

Director[edit]

  • Małżowina, 1998 - TV movie
  • Kuracja, 2001 - Teleplay
  • Na Wspólnej, 2003-2008 - TV series (125 episodes)
  • Klucz, 2004 - Teleplay
  • Cztery kawałki tortu, 2006 - Teleplay
  • BrzydUla, 2008-2009 - TV series (25 episodes)
  • The Londoners - TV series (8 episodes)
  • Bez tajemnic, 2013 - TV series (7 episodes)

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