Agnieszka Piotrowska (film director)
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Who is Agnieszka Piotrowska?
Agnieszka Piotrowska is an award winning BBC trained filmmaker, theatre practitioner and academic. A play "Lovers in Time" that Piotrowska produced and directed, written by a Zimbabwean writer Blessing Hungwe, was the most controversial production at the 2014 Harare International Festival of the Arts, Zimbabwe.,. Her previous film, made with an Arts Research Grant from the British Council, "The Engagement Party in Harare" was nominated for the Best Documentary Film at the International Images Festival for Women in November 2012 in Zimbabwe. Piotrowska was the only European filmmaker to be granted a distinction in the documentary competition. The festival is the most important event of its kind in Africa and was founded by the notable filmmaker and writer Tsitsi Dangarembga. Piotrowska was amongst the 30 most successful creative Polish people featured in an exhibition at the Barbican¹s Museum of London entitled London Creatives/Polish Roots organised in conjunction with the Polish Cultural Institute. In 2011 she was the only Western filmmaker present at the Harare International Festival of the Arts where she also put on a theatre performance.
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