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Mirosław Bork
Mirosław Bork
Film director, scriptwriter and film producer. The producer of a several dozen of documentary films and film series introduced to Polish and German market and a several hundreds of TV episodes.

Graduate of Polish philology at the University of Gdańsk and the Krzysztof Kieślowski Radio and Television Faculty at the University of Silesia in Katowice.

Between 1994 and 1999 he occupied the position of the director the TVP S.A. Agency of Theatre and Film Production. Since 1999 he has worked as an independent producer. Between 1997 and 2000 – vice-President of the Polish Filmmakers Association, and currently – Board member of the Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber of Commerce. Between 2006 and 2010 – Artistic Director of the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.

During his work he supervised the production of ca. 120 feature and documentary films.

Between 1987 and 2005, as a theatre director he staged numerous plays by William Shakspeare, Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Woody Allen, Akos Kertesz, Markus Kobela, Aleksander Fredro and Władysław Terlecki in various Polish theatres as well as in the Television Theatre.
Selected filmography

Documentary films
1987: Smród (screenplay and directing)
1999: Pomiędzy narodami (screenplay and directing)
2000: Złoto carów (co-directing with Małgorzatą Buzdką)
2009: PO-LIN, okruchy pamięci / PO-LIN. Scraps of Memory (producer)

Feature films and series

1989: Konsul / The Consul – feature debut (screenplay and directing)
1998: Cudze szczęście (screenplay and directing)
2000: Duża przerwa – comedy series (co-writer and producer)
2001: Dwie miłości – TV feature film (co-writer and producer)
2003-2006: Pensjonat pod Różą – TV series (screenplay, directing and producer)

Film awards

1988: Smród (Grand Prix at the 5. Young Polish Cinema Festival)
1989: The Consul (Silver Shell for the best director at the 37. MFF in San Sebastian)
1989: The Consul (Nagroda Szefa Kinematografii Award for the best debut)
1999: Cudze szczęście (UNDA award at the Monte Carlo Film Festival)
Olena by Elżbieta Benkowska in Cannes!
“Olena” by Elżbieta Benkowska, a director recently graduated from The Gdynia Film School, will be competing for this year’s Golden Palm of the 66th Cannes Film Festival in the category of short films. This year, there were 3 500 entries from 132 countries in this category. Olena by Elżbieta Benkowska in Cannes!
35 films from all over the world will be competing to win Brama Wolności Award during the 9. edition of Gdańsk DocFilm Festival [Godność i Praca/ Dignity&Work] which will take place from 4th till 8th May 2011. The Gdynia Film School is a partner of the festival.9. Gdańsk DocFilm Festival
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