Borys Lankosz

Borys Lankosz

Film director, graduate of the Polish Film School in Łódź, has made many documentaries and short films. In 2001, Lankosz’s short film Evolution (Rozwoj), was nominated for an EMMY by TVP and selected for the Prix Europa, where it won the Dubrovnik International Film Festival. The film has also been awarded the Silver Dragon from the Krakow Film Festival and a Golden Gate Award from the San Francisco International Film Festival. The film “Poles, Poles” (Polacy Polacy) with Wislawa Szymborska, Stanislaw Lem and Krzysztof Penderecki was screened in Poland, Italy and China. Boris’s short film “Closed Kazimierz” (Kazimierz zamknięty), made following a request from the Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow, was screened at the Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles. Lankosz’s documentary film, Kurc, was premiered at the Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels in Biarritz (France). “The Reverse” is his feature film debut.

2019 Kobro/Strzeminski: A Fantastic Tale (Kobro/Strzeminski. Opowieść fantastyczna)
2015 A Grain of Truth (Ziarno prawdy)
2009 The Reverse (Rewers)
– Polish Film Festival Gdynia 2009: Golden Lion, Best Actress Award for Agata Buzek, Best Supporting Actor for Marcin Dorocinski, Best Cinematography Award for Marcin Koszalka, Best Music Award for Wlodek Pawlik;
– FIPRESCI Award at the Warsaw Film Festival 2009
2006 The Disobedient Kor (Niepokorni)
2005 Kurc
2004 Kazimierz Is Closed (Kazimierz zamknięty)
2001 Development (Rozwój)
– Golden Gate Award for Best Documentary at San Francisco IFF(2002);
– Silver Dragon and Bronze Hobby-Horse at Krakow Film Festival (2002)