Polish Film Awards

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Polish Film Awards
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Awarded forBest in film
CountryPoland
Presented byPolish Film Academy
First awarded1999
Website[1]

Polish Film Awards: Eagles (Polish: Polskie Nagrody Filmowe: Orły) is a film awards ceremony given annually since 1999,[1] 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 Awards.[2][3]

Awards[edit]

List of main categories:[4]

Special awards:[5]

Wins and nominations[edit]

List of films with five or more awards[edit]

  • 11 wins – Corpus Christi (2019) (15 nominations)
  • 10 wins – Silent Night (2018) (11 nominations)
  • 9 wins – Volhynia (2017) (14 nominations)
  • 8 wins – Reverse (2009) (13 nominations)
  • 8 wins – The Pianist (2002) (13 nominations)
  • 7 wins – Cold War (2019) (12 nominations)
  • 7 wins – Gods (2015) (13 nominations)
  • 7 wins – Rose (2011) (8 nominations)
  • 7 wins – Katyń (2007) (11 nominations)
  • 7 wins – Jasminum (2006) (9 nominations)
  • 7 wins – The Collector (2005) (8 nominations)
  • 7 wins – Life as a Fatal Sexually Transmitted Disease (12 nominations)
  • 6 wins – The Wedding (2004) (10 nominations)
  • 6 wins – My Nikifor (2004) (10 nominations)
  • 6 wins – Pan Tadeusz (1999) (11 nominations)
  • 5 wins – Little Moscow (2008) (8 nominations)
  • 5 wins – Zmruż oczy (2003) (8 nominacji)
  • 5 wins – Pornografia (2003) (9 nominations)
  • 5 wins – Cześć Tereska (2001) (10 nominations)
  • 5 wins – The Debt (1998) (10 nominations)

List of films with ten or more nominations[edit]

Film Year Nominations Wins
Boże Ciało 2019 15 11
Volhynia 2017 14 9
Reverse 2009 13 8
The Pianist 2002 13 8
Bogowie 2015 13 7
Life as a Fatal Sexually Transmitted Disease 2000 12 7
Prymas. Trzy lata z tysiąca 2000 12 1
Jack Strong 2015 12 1
Cold War 2018 12 7
Cicha noc 2017 11 10
Katyń 2007 11 7
Pan Tadeusz 1999 11 6
Tydzień z życia mężczyzny 1999 11 0
Mój Nikifor 2004 10 6
The Wedding 2004 10 6
Cześć Tereska 2001 10 5
The Debt 1999 10 5
Ostatnia rodzina 2017 10 4
Obława 2012 10 4
33 Scenes from Life 2008 10 4
Persona non grata 2005 10 4
Historia kina w Popielawach 1998 10 4
Weiser 2001 10 3
Edi 2002 10 2
The Welts 2004 10 1
Kroniki domowe 1998 10 1
Tam i z powrotem 2002 10 0

Directors with two or more awards[edit]

Director Noms. Wins.
Wojciech Smarzowski 4 4
Krzysztof Krauze 3 2
Jerzy Skolimowski 3 2
Andrzej Jakimowski 2 2
Roman Polański 2 2

Most wins by actresses[edit]

Most wins by actors[edit]

Most nominations[edit]

  • Kinga Preis – 14 nominations for best actress
  • Marek Wronko – 12 nominations bor best sound editing
  • Wojciech Kilar – 10 nominations for best score
  • Wanda Zeman – 10 nominations for best film editing
  • Magdalena Biedrzycka – 10 nominations for best costume design
  • Jagna Janicka – 10 nominations (7 for best costume design and 3 for best production design)
  • Nikodem Wołk-Łaniewski – 9 nominations for sound editing
  • Janusz Gajos – 9 nominations for best actor

Most wins overall[edit]

"Big Five" winners and nominees[edit]

The following is a list of films that won the awards for Best Film, Director, Actor, Actress and Screenplay.

Winners[edit]

  1. Best Film: The Collector
  2. Best Director: Feliks Falk
  3. Best Screenplay: Feliks Falk
  4. Best Actress: Kinga Preis
  5. Best Actor: Andrzej Chyra
  1. Best Film: Corpus Christi
  2. Best Director: Jan Komasa
  3. Best Screenplay: Mateusz Pacewicz
  4. Best Actress: Aleksandra Konieczna
  5. Best Actor: Bartosz Bielenia

Nominees[edit]

Four awards won
Three awards won

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Awards for 1999 at the IMDb
  2. ^ "Rozpoczęła się 21. edycja Polskich Nagród Filmowych Orły 2019". Retrieved 18 April 2020.
  3. ^ "Orły 2020: Oto lista zwycięzców prestiżowych nagród filmowych". Retrieved 18 April 2020.
  4. ^ "Laureaci wg roku". Retrieved 18 April 2020.
  5. ^ "O nagrodzie". Retrieved 18 April 2020.

External links[edit]