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Who is Agnieszka Holland?
Agnieszka Holland is a Polish film and TV director as well as screenwriter. Best known for her political contributions to Polish cinema, Holland is one of Poland's most eminent filmmakers. She began her career as assistant to film directors Krzysztof Zanussi and Andrzej Wajda, and emigrated to France shortly before the 1981 imposition of the martial law in Poland.
- also known as Agnieska Holland, A. Holland
- born on (67 years ago) in Warsaw, child of Henryk Holland and Irena Rybczyńska-Holland
- ethnicity: Poles
- nationality: Poland
- profession: Screenwriter, film director, television director, actor
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The Ultimate Guide to the Best 1,000 Modern Movies on DVD and Video by James Berardinelli, Roger Ebert
Mueller-Stahl Director: Agnieszka Holland Screenplay: John Romano, Richard Vetere Running Time: 2:00 Rated: PG-13 (Mature themes, profanity) Theatrical Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Polish director Agnieszka Holland is a practicing Catholic, ...
by Sabine Haenni, Sarah Barrow, John White
Director: Agnieszka Holland. Producers: Artur Brauner, Margaret Ménégoz. Holland Solomon Perel's book). Cinematographer: Jacek Screenwriter: Agnieszka (based on Petrycki. Music: Zbigniew Preisner. Editors: Isabelle Lorente, Ewa Smal.
by Thomas S. Hischak
Agnieszka Holland (UK/France/Belgium) Adam Coleman Howard ( USA) Lance Young (Canada/USA) Agnieszka Holland (USA) Max Färberböck ( Germany) Agnieszka Holland (USA) Janusz Kaminski (USA) Jerzy Kawalerowicz ...
by Robert C. Reimer, Carol J. Reimer
Verhoeven structures Black Book like a picaresque novel, similar to the way that Agnieszka Holland had filmed Europa Europa (1990), in which the main character Solomon Perel tumbles from one adventure to the next without learning much ...
Women's Studies Encyclopedia (1999)
by Helen Tierney
Women prominent in Polish cultural life in the 1990s included writers Manuela Gretkowska, Maria Bojarska, Maria Nurowska, and Anna Oni- czimowska and, in film and the fine arts, Agnieszka Holland, Barbara Sass, Alicja Helman, Krystyna ...
by Jack R. Fischel
Agnieszka Holland, 1990.
by Eric Michael Mazur
Agnieszka Holland. Armin Mueller- Stahl, Elizabeth Trissenaar, Wojciech Pszoniak, Gerd Baltus, Anita Höfer. [Europe (Continental)] Black Cauldron, The, 1985. Dir. Ted Berman, Richard Rich. Grant Bardsley, Susan Sheridan, Freddie Jones, ...
by Jerry Roberts
AGNIESZKA HOLLAND b. November 28, 1948, Warsaw, Poland Movies: Shot in the ...
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