Jerzy Skolimowski's "Essential Killing" is among the nominees for the Polish Eagle Awards 2011 (Orły) in the Best Polish Film Category, along with Jan Kidawa-Błoński's "Little Rose" and Jacek Borcuch's "All that I Love" by Jacek Borcuch. Winners will be announced at the ceremony on March 7, 2011...
"Essential Killing" by Jerzy Skolimowski, "Różyczka" / "Little Rose" by Jan Kidawa-Błoński nominated for the Polish Eagle Awards 2011 (Orły) in the 'Best Polish Film' Category, along with "Wszystko co kocham" / "All that I Love" by Jacek Borcuch. Winners will be announced on March 7, 2011.
The list of nominations for the awards in 2011 in each category were announced on February 7 in Warsaw. In the 'Best Actress' category the nominees were: Urszula Grabowska - for her role in Joanna
, Magdalena Boczarska - for her role in Różyczka" / "Little Rose
and Olga Frycz for her role in Wszystko co kocham" / "All that I Love
. In the Best Actor category, the nominees were: Vincent Gallo - for his role in Essential Killing
, Robert Więckiewicz - for his role in Różyczka and Mateusz Kościukiewicz
- for his role in Wszystko co kocham" / "All that I Love.
Two directors were nominated in the 'Discovery of the Year' category: Piotr Dumała
for the film Las and Arkadiusz Jakubik, director of the film Prosta historia o miłości and the young actor, Mateusz Kościukiewicz, who starred in All that I Love.
Also announced were the nominations for best European film screened at Polish cinemas in 2010. The films were The Ghost Writer by Roman Polański
(France / Germany / UK), A Prophet by Jacques Audiard (France / Italy) and Death in Venice by Luchino Visconti (Italy / France).
This year thirty-two Polish films (and their creators) were submitted for the competition. To qualify, each film would have been shown for at least a week in public cinemas over the previous year.
The Polish Film Awards are awarded by members of the Polish Film Academy, which has a membership of about five hundred artists and people connected with the cinema industry.
This year marks the thirteenth edition of Polish Film Awards. The winners will be announced during a cermony to be held on March 7, 2011 at Teatr Polski in Warsaw. On March 2, the winner of the "Lifetime achievement" honour were announced.
Nominees in all remaining categories include:
Best supporting actress:
Best supporting actor:
- Adam Woronowicz for his role in Chrzest" / "The Christening (dir. Marcin Wrona)
- Jan Frycz for his role in Różyczka" / "Little Rose
- Andrzej Chyra for his role in Wszystko co kocham" / "All that I Love
- Ewa Piaskowska and Jerzy Skolimowski (Essential Killing)
- Feliks Falk (Joanna)
- Jacek Borcuch (Wszystko co kocham"/ "Everything that I Love)
- Paweł Mykietyn (Essential Killing)
- Zygmunt Konieczny (Święty interes" / "Holy Business, dir. Maciej Wojtyszko)
- Daniel Bloom (Wszystko co kocham)
- Adam Sikora (Essential Killing)
- Adam Sikora (Las" / "The Forest dir. Piotr Dumała)
- Artur Reinhart (Wenecja" / Venice)
Best set design:
- Joanna Białousz (Różyczka" / "Little Rose)
- Anna Wunderlich (Śluby panieńskie" / "Maiden vows)
- Joanna Macha (Wenecja" / "Venice)
- Magdalena Biedrzycka (Joanna)
- Małgorzata Braszka ("Śluby panieńskie" / Maiden vows", dir. Filip Bajon)
- Małgorzata Zacharska ("Wenecja" / "Venice")
- Piotr Kmiecik (Chrzest" / "The Christening)
- Reka Lemhenyi and Maciej Pawliński (Essential Killing)
- Beata Liszewska and Katarzyna Maciejko-Kowalczyk (Las" / "The Forest)
- Cezary Grzesiuk (Różyczka" / "Little Rose)
- Witold Chomiński (Wenecja" / "Venice)
- Nikodem Wołk-Łaniewski and Grzegorz Lindemann (Fenomen" / "Phenomenon, dir. Tadeusz Paradowicz)
- Wiesław Znyk and Joanna Napieralska (Różyczka" / "Little Rose)
- Jacek Hamela (Wenecja"/ "Venice)