Polskiego kandydata do Oskara poznamy 26 sierpnia (fot. Shutterstock/Valeriya Zankovych)

“IO” by Jerzy Skolimowski, “Broad Peak” by Leszek Dawid and “Woman on the Roof” by Anna Jadowska are three of the seven titles nominated for a Polish Academy Award in the Best Full-Length International Film category. The decision on the film that will represent our country will be announced on August 26.

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As announced on the website of the Polish Film Institute, seven titles were presented to the Polish Oscar nominee in the Best International Full-length Film category. The list includes: “The Balcony Film” by Pawe Łoziński, “The Illusion” by Marta Minorowicz, “Silent Earth” by Aga Woszczyńska, “Woman on the Roof” by Anna Jadowska, “IO” by Jerzy Skolimowski, “Broad Peak” by Leszek Dawid and Anna Kaczyk, “Fucking Bornholm”.

“The above-mentioned films were submitted by the producers and were not subject to any unofficial selection,” the statement said. The decision to decide which film will represent our country in the Oscars will be announced on August 26 at a press conference at PISF headquarters.

It will take over the seven-person Oscars committee, whose composition was announced at the beginning of August. The panel included: Academy Award-winning composer for “Dreamer” Jean A. Łukomski, Director of the Polish Film Institute Radosław Śmigulski and Head of the Film Production and Development Department at the Polish Film Institute Camilla Morges.

The panel will be chaired by Ewa Puszczyńska, producer, among others who won the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film “Ida”. The 95th Awards Ceremony of the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will take place on March 12, 2023.

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“There should be no trace”

The previous Polish nominee for an Oscar in this category was Jan P. Matuszyński’s film Leave No Traces, whose world premiere took place in September at the Venice Film Festival.

Based on a report by Cesare Azariewicz, this is a story about high school graduate Grzegorz Przemyk, son of dissident poet Barbara Sadowska, who was badly beaten by police officers in May 1983 and died a few days later. The only witness to the beating was his friend Juric Popiel, who decided to fight for justice in court. The authorities tried to hold ambulance medics responsible for the crime.

In order to make this version credible, the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers Party appointed a special team to clarify the matter. In fact, it dealt with surveillance, paramedic intimidation, and extortion of false statements.

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