List of Polish European Film Award winners and nominees

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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.

Main categories[edit]

Year Award Recipient Status Note
1988 Best Film A Short Film About Killing
directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Won
Best Supporting Actor Wojciech Pszoniak
for Notturno
Nominated
1989 Best Young Film 300 Miles to Heaven
directed by Maciej Dejczer
Won
Best Director Maciej Dejczer
for 300 Miles to Heaven
Nominated
Best Composer Michał Lorenc
for 300 Miles to Heaven
Nominated
Best Cinematographer Krzysztof Ptak
for 300 Miles to Heaven
Nominated
Best Screenwriter Maciej Dejczer, Cezary Harasimowicz
for 300 Miles to Heaven
Nominated
1990 Best Film Interrogation
directed by Ryszard Bugajski
Nominated
Best Actress Krystyna Janda
for Interrogation
Nominated
Best Screenwriter Ryszard Bugajski, Janusz Dymek
for Interrogation
Nominated
1991 Best Supporting Actor Zbigniew Zamachowski
for Escape from the 'Liberty' Cinema
Nominated
Best Documentary Hear My Cry
directed by Maciej Drygas
Won
1993 Special Mentions 89mm from Europe
directed by Marcel Łoziński
Won
1994 Best Film The Three Colors: Blue, White, Red
directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Nominated French-Polish-Swiss coproduction
1996 Best Documentary Jerzy Śladkowski, Stanisław Krzemiński Won Award given without recognize any particular movie
1997 Best Actor Jerzy Stuhr
for Love Stories
Nominated
1999 Best Cinematographer Jacek Petrycki
for Journey to the Sun
Nominated
2000 Best Actor Krzysztof Siwczyk
for Wojaczek
Nominated
Best Short Film And I Will Not Leave You Until I Die
directed by Maciej Adamek
Nominated
2001 Discovery of the Year Happy man
directed by Małgorzata Szumowska
Nominated
Discovery of the Year Last Resort
directed by Paweł Pawlikowski
Nominated British production directed by Polish-born Polish-British director
Best Short Film A Man Thing
directed by Sławomir Fabicki
Nominated
2002 Best Film The Pianist
directed by Roman Polanski
Nominated French-Polish-German-British coproduction
Best Director Roman Polanski
for The Pianist
Nominated French-born Polish-French director
Best Cinematographer Paweł Edelman
for The Pianist
Won
2003 Best Short Film Country of Birth
directed by Jacek Bławut
Nominated
Best Cinematographer Bogumił Godfrejów
for Distant Lights
Nominated
2005 Best Director Paweł Pawlikowski
for My Summer of Love
Nominated Polish-born Polish-British director
Best Cinematographer Ryszard Lenczewski
for My Summer of Love
Nominated
Discovery of the Year Life in me
directed by Małgorzata Szumowska
Nominated Polish-German coproduction
People’s Choice Awards - Best Actor Marian Dziędziel
for The Wedding
Nominated
People’s Choice Awards - Best Actress Agnieszka Grochowska
for The Welts
Nominated
2006 Discovery of the Year Retrieval
directed by Sławomir Fabicki
Nominated
2007 Best Short Film Belarusian Waltz
directed by Andrzej Fidyk
Nominated
2008 Prix d'Excellence Magdalena Biedrzycka
for costumes for Katyń
Won
Discovery of the Year Tulpan
directed by Sergey Dvortsevoy
Nominated Kazakh-German-Italian-Russian-Polish-Swiss coproduction
2009 Best Short Film Poste restante
directed by Marcel Łoziński
Won
Best Short Film The Glass Trap
directed by Paweł Ferdek
Nominated
Critics Award Sweet Rush
directed by Andrzej Wajda
Won
Prix d'Excellence Waldemar Pokromski for Make Up and Hair for
The Baader Meinhof Complex
Nominated German production
2010 Best Short Film Hanoi - Warszawa
directed by Katarzyna Klimkiewicz
Won
Best Director Roman Polanski
for The Ghost Writer
Won French-born Polish-French director
Discovery of the Year Nothing Personal
directed by Urszula Antoniak
Nominated Dutch-Irish coproduction directed by Polish-born Polish-Dutch director
2011 Best Short Film Paparazzi
directed by Piotr Bernaś
Nominated
Best Short Film Frozen Stories
directed by Grzegorz Jaroszuk
Nominated
Best Cinematographer Adam Sikora
for Essential Killing
Nominated
2012 People's Choice AwardBest Film In Darkness
directed by Agnieszka Holland
Nominated Polish-German-Canadian coproduction
2013 Best Animated Feature Film The Congress
directed by Ari Folman
Won Israeli-German-Polish-Luxembourger-French-Belgian coproduction
2014 People's Choice Award for Best European Film Ida
directed by Paweł Pawlikowski
Nominated Polish-Danish coproduction; Polish-born Polish-British director
2016 European Film Award for Best Sound Designer Radosław Ochnio [pl]
for 11 Minutes
Won Polish-Ireland coproduction
2018 European Film Award for Best Actress Joanna Kulig
for Cold War
Won Polish-French-British coproduction
European Film Award for Best Actor Tomasz Kot for
Cold War
Nominated
European Film Award for Best Director Paweł Pawlikowski for
Cold War
Won
European Film Award for Best Screenwriter Won
European Film Award for Best Editor Jarosław Kamiński for
Cold War
Won
Best Film Cold War
directed by Paweł Pawlikowski
Won
2019 People's Choice Award for Best European Film Won

Honorary awards[edit]

Year Award Recipient Note
1990 Lifetime Achievement Andrzej Wajda
1999 Achievement in World Cinema Roman Polanski French-born Polish-French director
2006 Lifetime Achievement

Selection[edit]

Year Film Director Note
1994 The Damned America Jan Schütte coproduction
The Three Colors: Blue, White, Red Krzysztof Kieślowski coproduction
1997 Street Games Krzysztof Krauze
2014 Ida Paweł Pawlikowski coproduction
Papusza Krzysztof Krauze, Joanna Kos-Krauze
Walesa. Man of Hope Andrzej Wajda

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