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Women Directors From Europe on Their Foreign-Language Films

With a record 27 women behind the 92 foreign-language film submissions, Variety posed the same questions to a selection of directors about their experiences. What was your biggest obstacle in making the film? 4,452 more words


Walter Presents Picks Up Agnieszka Holland’s HBO Series ‘Burning Bush’

Walter Iuzzolino has landed his favorite-ever TV series for streamer Walter Presents: Agnieszka Holland’s “Burning Bush,” the HBO Europe original that he says inspired him to launch his foreign-language on-demand service in the first place. 295 more words


European Filmmakers and Producers Protest Sacking of Polish Film Institute Director

European film producers are voicing outrage over what they allege was the politically motivated sacking of the head of the Polish Film Institute, the nation’s key funding and international networking hub for cinema production. 578 more words


Netflix & Agnieszka Holland Team For Polish-Language Cold War Thriller

Netflix is prepping its first Polish-language original series with Oscar-nominated director Agnieszka Holland helming, along with Kasia Adamik. The pair recently collaborated on Holland’s Spoor… 247 more words

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Agnieszka Holland to Direct Netflix's First Polish-Language Original Series

Netflix has enlisted Oscar-nominated Agnieszka Holland (“Europa Europa,” “Spoor”) to direct the streaming service’s first original series in Polish. The show is expected to be made available to Netflix subscribers globally next year. 321 more words


Poland Picks Agnieszka Holland's 'Spoor' as Its Foreign-Language Oscar Entry

“Spoor,” from lauded Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland, will be Poland’s entry in the race for the best foreign-language film at the Academy Awards. The movie has been likened to a ‘ 369 more words


Late Fantasia Film Review: Spoor

Fantasia may be over for 2017, but I had the chance to watch Spoor recently.

Spoor was directed by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik and written by Agnieszka Holland and Olga Tokarczuk. 407 more words

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