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Gdynia Film Festival 2021. Who will win the Golden Lions 2021? The award gala of the 46th PFFF [RELACJA NA ŻYWO]

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The 46th Polish Feature Film Festival is coming to an end. This year, 16 films were included in the Main Competition. The Golden Lions – the festival’s most important award – went to the makers of the film “All Our Fears” directed by Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Gutt. Silver Lions were awarded to “Let there be no traces” by Jan P. Matuszyński.

  • Barański: The film is beautiful and up-to-date. The fact that in the future it will be beautiful is known, we will see how it will be with the news of this film.

  • Golden Lions receives the film “All Our Fears” by Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Gutt.

  • The award will be presented by the chairman of the jury, Andrzej Barański.

  • The most important prize is ahead of us – the Golden Lions.

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    The Silver Lions were awarded to Jan P. Matuszyński’s “Let there be no traces”.

  • Łukasz Grzegorzek receives the award in the Directing category for the film “My wonderful life”.

  • The award goes to Jacek Beler for his role in the film “Other People” by Aleksandra Terpińska.

  • Now the Main Male Role category.

  • Dębska: Thank you for letting me play a woman who, if she heard that she had to strengthen her virtues, would laugh at the woman. We are laughing today too.

  • In the Main Female Role category, Maria Dębska wins for the figure of Kalina Jędrusik in the film “Because there is sex in me” by Katarzyna Klimkiewicz.

  • Ciastoń: In a country where a certain group of people cannot feel safe, it means that no one can feel safe. I dedicate this award to the anonymous victims of the “Hyacinth” campaign.

  • Marcin Ciastoń was awarded for the film “Hyacynt” by Piotr Domalewski.

  • The Scenario category is ahead of us.

  • Włodek Pawlik in the music of Krzysztof Komeda.

  • Łukasz Gutt – co-director of the film “All our fears” – appreciated in the Photo category.

  • In the Music category, the jury awarded Teoniki Rożynek for the film “Prime Time” by Jakub Piątek.

  • Holland: The past is happening now, and an absurd state of emergency has been introduced so that there are no traces. People have always been at the center of Polish cinema. I hope that humanity will be the most important for us.

  • Holland: I have produced films that talked about regimes that divide people into better and worse, privileged and subhuman, talked about opportunistic politicians who played with fear, and talked about it, not because I wanted to recall those times, but I was aware that this time was not over, but I fell asleep. For some time now, I have had the impression that the Holocaust and gulag vaccines are no longer working, and the times of hate could easily come back. When I was making these films, I had to recreate an entire macabre theater. It is difficult for me to enjoy this reward when people are dying on our border whose only sin is that they are different. And it happens with our consent.

  • Holland: There is something outrageous about being the first woman to pick up Platinum Lions. I may be the first, but I will not be the last.

  • The Platinum Lions, i.e. the Lifetime Achievement Award, was awarded this year to Agnieszka Holland.

  • The winner of the award for supporting male role is Andrzej Kłak for his role in “Prime Time” directed by Jakub Piątek.

  • The award goes to Sławomira Łozińska for her role in the film “Lokatorka” directed by Michał Otłowski.

  • The category of the Supporting Female Role is ahead of us.

  • Filip Jan Rymsza was appreciated for his film “Mosquito State”.

  • Another category is the Golden Claw award for a Different Look.

  • Once again Włodek Pawlik on stage.

  • Magdalena Chowanska awarded for editing for the film “Other People” by Aleksandra Terpińska.

  • In the Sound category, the jury appreciated: Zofia Morus, Mateusz Adamczyk and Sebastian Witkowski for the film “Mosquito State” directed by Filip Jan Rymsza.

  • And Paweł Jarzębski was appreciated for his set design for the film by Jan P. Matuszyński “Let there be no traces”.

  • Oscar winner Allan Starski will present a statuette in the Stage Design category.

  • The jury awarded Marta Ostrowicz for costumes for the film “Najmro. He loves, steals, respects” directed by Mateusz Rakowicz.

  • Daria Siejak receives an award in the Make-up category. The jury appreciated her for make-up for the film “Hyacinth” by Piotr Domalewski.

  • Małgorzata Foremniak and the mayor of Gdynia, Wojciech Szczurek, announced that Michał Sikorski was awarded in the Professional Acting Debut category for his role in Bartosz Blaschke’s “Sonata”.

  • The film is an adaptation of Dorota Masłowska’s “Other People”. Terpińska set about creating a film based on a rap convention.

  • The film “Other People” by Aleksandra Terpińska was appreciated.

  • Agnieszka Smoczyńska and Paweł Pawlikowski will present the award in the Directing Debut category.

  • And there are 18 Main Competition prizes ahead of us.

  • Włodek Pawlik plays in tribute to Jerzy “Duduś” Matuszkiewicz.

  • Magnus von Horn and Agata Szymańska will announce the results of the Microbudget Films Competition. The award was given to the film “Songs of Love” directed by Tomasz Habowski.

  • The award for the best short film was received by Alicja Sokół for the film “My brother fisherman”.

  • Małgorzata Szumowska, chairman of the Short Film Competition, drew attention to the fact that young filmmakers are uncompromising and courageous in choosing teams.

  • The gala has started. The Audience Award went to Bartosz Blaschke’s “Sonata”.

  • Tomasz Ziętek with a partner.

  • This year’s Main Competition jury in front of the Musical Theater in Gdynia.

  • Good evening. The stars and filmmakers of the next films are constantly coming to the Musical Theater in Gdynia.

46th Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia is about to end. On Saturday evening, the jury will announce its verdict, awarding Golden and Silver Lions. This year the chairman jury Andrzej Barański became the director and screenwriter. Next to him, the jury included: actress Joanna Kulig, composer Mikołaj Trzaska, writer, playwright and screenwriter Robert Bolesto, cinematographer, director and screenwriter Bogdan Dziworski, Czech film expert Emilia Mira Haviarová, costume designer Dorota Roqueplo and director Agnieszka Smoczyńska.

It was included in the Main Competition six full-length directorial debuts and three second directors’ films. Competition 16 was composed of: “Let there be no traces” by Jan P. Matuszyński, “Other people” by Aleksandra Terpińska, “Hyacinth” by Piotr Domalewski and “Nothing soup” by Kinga Dębska, “Because there is sex in me” by Katarzyna Klimkiewicz, “Najmro. Kocha, steals, respects “Mateusz Rakowicz,” The Passage “by Dorota Lamparska,” All Our Fears “by Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Gutt,” My Wonderful Life “by Łukasz Grzegorzek,” Hitler’s Aunt “by Michał Rogalski,” The Tenant “by Michał Otłowski,” Mosquito State “by Filip Jan Rymsza, “Return to Legoland” by Konrad Aksinowicz, “Prime Time” by Jakub Piątek, “Zygielbojm’s Death” by Ryszard Brylski and “Sonata” by Bartosz Blaschke.

The director will receive the Platinum Lions for Lifetime Achievement Agnieszka Holland, president European Film Academy.

Agnieszka Holland on her retirement (video from 2020)TVN24


Main photo source: FPFF

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