Wojciech Nowak

Information

Birth date: 1957

Director and screenwriter Born in Skarżysko-Kamienna, in south-central Poland, in 1957. He graduated in Polish language studies from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (1982) and in film direction from the National Film School in Łódź (1986). He scripts his own films and those of others, notably writing with Mariusz Treliński on Farewell to Autumn(1990) and Egoists (2000). He has worked extensively in television over the past ten years, notably directing such hit Polish series as Rodzina zastępcza, Samo życie, Siostry, and several episodes of Ojciec Mateusz. He has also directed close to a dozen television theater productions, several written by himself.

 

Awards

2008 - Stygmatyczka, Polish National Festival of Radio and Television Theatre "Two Theatres" in Sopot, Grand Prix for Direction,
1991 - Death of a Childmaker, Mołodist – Kyiv International Film Festival,
1991 - Death of a Childmaker, Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia (PFFF), Award for Direction,
1991 - Death of a Childmaker, Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia (PFFF), Special Jury Award,

1991 - Death of a Childmaker, Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia (PFFF), Prize for Best Film, (nomination), 

 

Filmography

2020 - Dom wybranych,

2018 - Ślad,

2017 - Wojna moja miłość,

2010-2020- Ojciec Mateusz,

2009 - Siostry,
2004-2009 - Rodzina zastępcza plus,
2002-2010 - Samo życie,
2001 - Rodzina zastępcza,
2000 - The Egoists,
1999 - Krugerandy,
1990 - Death of a Childmaker,
1990 - Farewell to Autumn,
1989 - 300 Miles to Heaven,
1987 - Ludożerca,

1986 - Wesele,

1986 - Ene - Due,

1986 - Magia kina,

1985 - Jesienna nuda ,

1985 - Razem,

1984 - Bulbulgot,

1984 - Lunapark,

1984 - Kuracja,

TELEVISION THEATRE

2015 - Zaręczyny,

2010 - Dolina nicości,
2010 - Napis,
2007 - Stygmatyczka,
2000 - Golden Joe,
1999 - Max i Maja,
1997 - Wiórek,
1996 - Drzewa umierają stojąc,
1996 - Błękitny zamek,
1996 - Babcia na jabłoni,
1995 - Wielki człowiek do małych interesów,
1995 - Pajęczyna,
1995 - Kobieta bez skazy,
1994 - Uśmiech losu,
1994 - Małka Szwarcenkopf,
1991 - Mężczyzna,
1990 - Bóg,