Bodo Kox

Bodo Kox
Bodo Kox is a young Polish director, producer, actor and script writer. He is one of the most important and creative independent directors in the Polish underground film scene. Bodo’s films are known for their absurdity and black humor. His works explore individual style and are the opposite of the mainstream cinema. Bodo has received honors for his cult movie Marco P. and The Bike Thieves as well as for his acting in the movies Nose Bleed, Wasteland and Homo Father. Recipiant of 2012 Janusz “Kuba” Morgenstern “Perspektywa” Award for The Girl form the Wardrobe.
2012   The Girl from The Wardrobe (Dziewczyna z szafy)
– 2013 Arras Film Festival – Silver Atlas Award (Atlas d’argent) and Youth Jury Award;
– 2013 Film Festival Cottbus – Best debut Film awarded by The Cottbus Student Jury;
– 2013 The Nationwide Festival of the Film Art Prowincjonalia – Grand Prize; Journalists Award; Discovery of the Year Award for Magdalena Różanska;
– 2012 Koszalin Festival of Film Debuts Młodzi i Film – Youth Jury Award; Journalists’ Award; Best Actor Award for Wojciech Mecwaldowski
Heaven (Niebo) by Pawel Sarbinowski & Piotr Zukowski
2011   Pipe (Rura)
Moon’s River (Ksiezycowa rzeka)
2009   Snow White and The Russian Red (Wojna polsko-ruska) by Xawery Zulawski
2008   Deadly Recording (Zabojcze nagranie) by Jakub Poltorak & Ben Talar
2007   Don’t Panic (Nie panikuj)
Kazimierz Is Open by Dominika Montean
2006   Exit Author by Dominika Montean
2005   Short Hysteria Of Time (Krótka histeria czasu) by Dominik Matwiejczyk
Homo Father by Piotr Matwiejczyk
Marco P. and the Bike Thieves (Marco P. i zlodzieje rowerow)
Wasteland (Ugor) by Dominik Matwiejczyk – Polish Film Festival Gdynia 2005 – Grand Prize in the Independents Film Competition and Jury Award for Bodo Kox
Double (Sobowtor)
2004   Nose Bleed by Dominik Matwiejczyk