Monday, March 7, 2011
Jerzy Skolimowski's Essential Killing came out on top, winning Best Film, Director, Music and Editing. Wenecja (Venice) also took four awards but in the technical categories of Cinematography, Art Direction, Costume Design and Sound.
Wszystko co kocham (All that I Love) had led with eight nominations including Best Film. It won the Audience Award, Best Screenplay and Breakthrough Artist (Mateusz Kościukiewicz).
Roman Polański won for Best European Film for his French/German/British co-production The Ghost Writer. He previously set the record for most nominations (13) and wins (8) with his 2002 film The Pianist. Both records were tied last year by Rewers (The Reverse).
A Lifetime Achievement Award was bestowed upon writer/director/producer/ Tadeusz Chmielewski.
Complete list of nominations for the Polskich Nagród Filmowych Orły 2011
Lifetime Achievement Award
Jerzy Skolimowski, Essential Killing
Wszystko co kocham (All that I Love)
Urszula Grabowska, Joanna
Robert Więckiewicz, Różyczka (Little Rose)
Jacek Borcuch, Wszystko co kocham (All that I Love)
Paweł Mykietyn, Essential Killing
Best Supporting Actor
Adam Woronowicz, Chrzest (The Christening)
Best Supporting Actress
Stanisława Celińska, Joanna
Mateusz Kościukiewicz, actor, Wszystko co kocham (All that I Love)
Best European Film
Autor Widmo (The Ghost Writer), Roman Polański
Arthur Reinhart, Wenecja (Venice)
Best Art Direction
Joanna Macha, Wenecja (Venice)
Best Costume Design
Małgorzata Zacharska, Wenecja (Venice)
Reka Lemhenyi, Maciej Pawliński, Essential Killing
Jacek Hamela, Wenecja (Venice)