Paweł Pawlikowski

Paweł Pawlikowski

director of ‘Ida,’ and ‘Cold War’

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Director of the 2014 film Ida, which was nominated for the Best Foreign Picture and Best Cinematography Oscars

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The new Polish film ‘ Cold War ’ is a black-and-white movie that follows the very on-and-off-again relationship of Zula, played by Joanna Kulig, and Wiktor, played by Tomasz Kot,…

Director Paweł Pawlikowski on ‘Cold War’

The new Polish film ‘ Cold War ’ is a black-and-white movie that follows the very on-and-off-again relationship of Zula, played by Joanna Kulig, and Wiktor, played by Tomasz Kot,…

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The Polish indie, Ida, is about a young nun who learns that she’s really a Jew.

‘Ida’

The Polish indie, Ida, is about a young nun who learns that she’s really a Jew.

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