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Krzysztof Kieślowski (June 27, 1941 Warsaw, PolandMarch 13, 1996 Warsaw, Poland) was an influential Oscar-nominated Polish film director and screenwriter, known internationally for his film cycles Three Colors and The Decalogue.

Filmography

Documentaries/short subjects

  • The Face (Twarz 1966), as actor
  • The Office (Urząd 1966)
  • Tramway (Tramwaj 1966)
  • Concert of Requests (Koncert życzeń 1967)
  • The Photograph (Zdjęcie 1968)
  • From the City of Łódź (Z miasta Łodzi 1968)
  • I Was a Soldier (Byłem żołnierzem 1970)
  • Factory (Fabryka 1970)
  • Workers '71: Nothing About Us Without Us (Robotnicy '71: Nic o nas bez nas 1971)
  • Before the Rally (Przed rajdem 1971)
  • Between Wrocław and Zielona Góra (Między Wrocławiem a Zieloną Górą 1972)
  • The Principles of Safety and Hygiene in a Copper Mine (Podstawy BHP w kopalni miedzi 1972)
  • Gospodarze (1972)
  • Refrain (Refren 1972)
  • The Bricklayer (Murarz 1973)
  • First Love (Pierwsza miłość 1974)
  • X-Ray (Przeswietlenie 1974)
  • Pedestrian Subway (Przejście podziemne 1974)
  • Curriculum Vitae (Życiorys 1975)
  • Hospital (Szpital 1976)
  • Slate (Klaps 1976)
  • From a Night Porter's Point of View (Z punktu widzenia nocnego portiera 1977)
  • I Don't Know (Nie wiem 1977)
  • Seven Women of Different Ages (Siedem kobiet w roznym wieku 1978)
  • Railway Station (Dworzec 1980)
  • Talking Heads (Gadające glowy 1980)
  • Seven Days a Week (Siedem dni tygodniu 1988)

Features and TV fiction




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