27. International Film Festival ZOOM – ZBLIŻENIA 04 – 10.03.2024 / Jelenia Góra / Poland

Zbigniew Zamachowski

A film and theater actor, author of music and song lyrics. A graduate of Łódź Film School (1985). He has cooperated with many Warsaw theaters.  Since 1997 he has been associated with ” the National Theatre”. The winner of many awards and distinctions, among others: The Stanisław Wyspiański Award of 1st degree for acting achievements in theater, film, and stage (1989); the “Sztandar Młodych” award – Metronome for his role in Magda Umer’s Big Zbig Show at the Rampa Theatre in Warsaw (1993); the award of Prof. Aleksander Bardini at the 18th Stage Songs Review in Wroclaw (1997); the Awards of the Festival of Polish Radio Theatre and Polish Television Theatre “Two Theatres” in Sopot – for the role of Ony II in Walczak’s “Sandbox” directed by Dariusz Gajewski (2006) and for the role of Robert in Dobrzycki’s “Ballad of the Key” directed by Waldemar Krzystek (2008); Zbyszek Cybulski Award for the roles: The King in “The Cannibal”, Wiciu in “The Rump of a Great Whale”, Piotr in “Stricken” by Wiesław Saniewski, Seweryn in “Kill Me, Cop” by Jacek Bromski and Artur Janicki in “Decalogue.Ten” by Krzysztof Kieślowski (1989); awards for leading male roles at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia: for the role of Tomasz Siwiec in Kazimierz Kutz’s “The Convert”  (1994), and Marian in Sylwester Chęciński’s “Came the Uhlans… ” (2006). Two-time winner of the Polish Film Award the Eagle for his role as Edzio in “Hi, Tereska” by Robert Gliński (2002) and as Jasiek in “Squint Your Eyes” by Andrzej Jakimowski (2004). The winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 9th Opole Film Festival (2011). A three-time winner of the Wiktor award (1992, 1993, 1997), and two-time winner of the Złota Kaczka award from the “Film” magazine (1995, 2002). The wider audience knows him from such films as The Big Picnic, Three Colors Blue, Three Colors White, The Convert, Squint Your Eyes.

The meeting will take place after the screening of the film “SWEAT”.

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