Jerzy Kawalerowicz

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Birthday: Jan 19, 1922
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Polish filmmaker Jerzy Kawalerowicz was once considered one of his country's most talented post-WW II directors, noted for his powerful, detail-oriented imagery. Kawalerowicz was versatile and his subjects ranged from historical dramas to intense psychological studies. He made his directorial debut in 1951 after working as an assistant director. In 1955 Kawalerowicz was appointed head of the prestigious KADR production unit. He held the position again in 1972. In 1983, Kawalerowicz alienated himself from many of his peers by signing communist government-generated reports condemning all filmmakers aligned with the Solidarity Movement and promoting the destruction of production units run by long time associates Wajda and Zanussi. Kawalerowicz died in December 2007, about a month before his 86th birthday.



No Score Yet Faraon Director 2012
No Score Yet Quo Vadis? Screenwriter Director 2001
No Score Yet Austeria Director Screenwriter 1983
No Score Yet Death of a President Director 1977
No Score Yet Faraon (Pharaoh) Director Screenwriter 1966
No Score Yet Mother Joan of the Angels (Matka Joanna od aniolów) Screenwriter Director 1961
No Score Yet Pociag (Baltic Express) (Night Train) Director Screenwriter 1959
No Score Yet Real End of the Great War Screenwriter Director 1957
No Score Yet Shadow Director 1956
No Score Yet Under the Phrygian Star (Pod gwiazda frygijska) Screenwriter Director 1954
No Score Yet Cellulose (Celuloza) Screenwriter Director 1954


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