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Jerzy Sladkowski

Jerzy Sladkowski (born 1945)

Jerzy Sladkowski wasborn in Radom, Poland. In 1971, he got his Master’s degree in Classical Philology at the University of Torun, Poland. In 1973, he graduated from  University of Warsaw (Poland) Institute of Journalism (Photo and TV department). From 1972-82, Sladkowski was reporter, producer and director for TVP (Polish television). From 1982, he emigrated to Sweden. From 1983 to present, he is freelancer for Swedish Television, the Swedish Film Institute, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian TV stations as well as Polish Television and the Polish Film Institute PISF. From 1993 to present, he regularly work with the Franco-German TV network Arte and the German ZDF. Jerzy Sladkowski produced and directed over 50 films, mainly documentaries, from worldwide locations, with a primary focus on the human condition. People facing dramatic changes, fighting for survival, as well as individuals just trying to live a decent life in an increasingly hardening environment, are the heroes of most films.

 

Filmography

ABC (1985), C.C.C.C. (1986), Love Night (1990), Children of Tundra (1994), Nobel Virgins (2002), My American Family (2004), Best Friends (2006), Paradise (2007), Crime Diary (2008), Vodka Factory (2010), Don Juan (2015).

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