The 2006 Polish Film Awards took place on 27 February 2006. It was the 8th edition of Polish Film Awards: Eagles Awards nominees and winners. Winners are highlighted ...
Polish Film Awards: Eagles (Polish: Polskie Nagrody Filmowe: Orły) is a film awards ceremony given annually since 1999, with the first event held on 21 June, by the National Chamber of Audiovisual Producers (KIPA). Since 2003 they are given out by the Polish Film Academy. Their status in the Polish film industry can be compared with Academy ...
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This is a list of Polish Academy 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, an Academy Award. This list is current as of the 90th Academy Awards ceremony held on March 4, 2018. There were 15 Academy Awards given to Polish ...
The 2003 Polish Film Awards ran on March 15, 2003. It was the 5th edition of Polish Film Awards: Eagles ... This page was last edited on 28 June 2018, ...
The 2001 Polish Film Awards was the 3rd edition of Polish Film Awards: Eagles. Awards winners ... This page was last edited on 28 June 2018, at 21:10 (UTC).
Award-winners and contenders from Polish Film Awards (2018)
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Agata Kulesza was born on September 27, 1971 in Szczecin, Zachodniopomorskie, Poland. She is an actress and writer, known for Ida (2013), Cold War (2018) and Suicide Room (2011). She has been married to Marcin Figurski since 2006. They have one child.
The film was honoured by the national Polish Film Academy as the Best Film of 2013, winning in three other categories, and nominated in seven additional categories. The European Film Academy nominated the film in seven categories, winning 5, including Best European Film and People's Choice Award, at the 27th European Film Awards.