Born in 1964. Graduated in script writing at the Łódź Film School and directing from the Radio and Television Department at the University of Silesia. Produced numerous documentaries and television feature-films awarded at film festivals (i.e. Inferno, 2001 and Barborka, 2005). Awarded the Second Prize at the Polish edition of the Hartley-Merrill competition for his screenplay Splinters (2001). Splinters is his feature film debut, for which he received Best Directorial Debut Award at the Polish Film Festival, Gdynia 2008.
|2016||I Am a Killer (Jestem mordercą)|
|2013||Life Feels Good (Chce się życ)
– 2013 Montreal World Film Festival
– Grand Prix Des Amreicas, Public Awards For the Most Popular Film of the Festival
– 2009 Cairo International Film Festival – Best Actress for Karolina Piechota;
– 2008 Gdynia Film Festival: Best Directorial Debut for Maciej Pieprzyca, Best Actres Debut for Karolina Piechota, Best Editing for Leszek Starzynski