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  1. 2001 Polish Film Awards - Wikipedia

    The 2001 Polish Film Awards was the 3rd edition of Polish Film Awards: Eagles. Awards ...

    Winner (s)
    Best Film
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    Iwona Ziułkowska
    Best Actor
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    Zbigniew Zapasiewicz
    Best Actress
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    Dominika Ostałowska
    Supporting Actor
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    Janusz Gajos
  2. Polish Film Awards - Wikipedia

    Cześć Tereska (2001): Best Film, Best Director (Robert Gliński), Best Screenplay (Jacek Wyszomirski) and Best Actor (Zbigniew Zamachowski); lost: Best Actress (Aleksandra Gietner) Zmruż oczy (2002): Best Film, Best Director ( Andrzej Jakimowski ), Best Screenplay ( Andrzej Jakimowski ) and Best Actor ( Zbigniew Zamachowski ); lost: Best Actress (Aleksandra Prószyńska)

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  3. Category:2001 film awards - Wikipedia

    2001 Polish Film Awards; R. 19th Robert Awards; S. San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2001; 6th Golden Satellite Awards; ... About Wikipedia; Disclaimers; Contact ...

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  5. Quo Vadis (2001 film) - Wikipedia

    Quo Vadis is a 2001 Polish film directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz based on the 1896 book of the same title by Henryk Sienkiewicz. It was Poland's submission to the 74th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not nominated. Quo Vadis Directed byJerzy Kawalerowicz Produced byMirosław Słowiński Jerzy Kajetan Frykowski Screenplay byJerzy Kawalerowicz Based onQuo Vadis by Henryk Sienkiewicz StarringPaweł Deląg Magdalena Mielcarz Bogusław Linda Music byJan ...

    • Mirosław Słowiński, Jerzy Kajetan Frykowski
    • Jerzy Kawalerowicz
  6. The Hexer (film) - Wikipedia

    Awards. Despite its poor critical reception, the film received several award nominations in Poland related to its music score by Grzegorz Ciechowski. Ciechowski's music for The Hexer won the 2002 Polish Film Awards for the Best Film Music in 2001, as well as the Fryderyk award for the Best 2001 Original Soundtrack. See also

  7. Polish Film Awards (2001) - IMDb

    Award-winners and contenders from Polish Film Awards (2001)

  8. 2001 polish film awards : definition of 2001 polish film ... polish film awards/en-en

    Definitions of 2001 polish film awards, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of 2001 polish film awards, analogical dictionary of 2001 polish film awards (English)

  9. List of Polish European Film Award winners and nominees ...

    This is a list of Polish European Film Award winners and nominees. This list details the performances of Polish actors, actresses, and films that have either been submitted or nominated for, or have won, a European Film Award.

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