Olaf Lubaszenko

Olaf Lubaszenko
Bio
Born in 1968 in Wroclaw, Poland in a family of actors, Asja Lamtiugina and Edward Linde-Lubaszenko. He studied sociology at Warsaw University (1986-87) and at the Christian Academy of Theology in Warsaw.. Actor in films and theatre, film director and producer. He debuted as Kamil in television series “The Life of Kamil Kurant“. He starred in films by Domaradzki, Baranski, Kieslowski, Zaorski, Wajda, Pasikowski, Machulski and others. He was an assistent director to Kieslowski (“Decalogue“) and Wajda (“The Ring with the Crowned Eagle“). In 1989 awarded a “Golden Duck” Award for the best Polish actor in 1988. Recipient of many international awards.
Filmography
2009 The Lesser of Two Evils (Mniejsze zło) by Janusz Morgenstern
The Lodger (Sublokator) by Marcin Bortkiewicz
The Golden Mean (Złoty środek) by Olaf Lubaszenko
2001 Edges of the Lord (Boże Skrawki) by Yurek Bogayewicz
Back and Forth (Tam i z powrotem) Wojciech Wojcik
E=mc2 by Olaf Lubaszenko
Station (Stacja) by Piotr Weresniak
2000 The Dawn of Coyote (Poranek kojata) by Olaf Lubaszenko
Guys Don’t Cry (Chłopaki nie płaczą) by Olaf Lubaszenko
Egoists (Egoiści) by Mariusz Trelinski
1999 Daughters of Luck (Córy szczęscia) by Marta Meszaros
I, Malinowski (Ja, Malinowski)
Two Killers (Kilerów dwoch) by Juliusz Machulski
My Dear Angelica (Moja Angelika) by Stanislaw Kuznik
Operation “Goat” (Operacja “Koza”) by Konrad Szolajski
Operation “Samoom” (Operacja “Samum”) by Wladyslaw Pasikowski
The First Million (Pierwszy milion) by Waldemar Dziki
In Love (Zakochani) by Piotr Weresniak
Bajland by Henryk Dederko
1998 Demons of War After Goya (Demony wojny według Goi) by Wladyslaw Pasikowski
Kill Sekal (Zabię Sekala) by Vladimir Michalek
– Award for the best male actor at IFF in Karlove Vary ’98, The Czech Lion ’99, Award of the Czech Academy of Motion Pictures & TV, for the best male actor in 1998; Eagle ’99, The Polish Film Award for the best male actor in 1998
Wife Comes at Night (Żona przychodzi nocą) by Aleksander Czernych
1997 Making the Sting (Sztos) by Olaf Lubaszenko
1996 Bitter-Sweet (Słodko gorzki) by Wladyslaw Pasikowski
Virus (Wirus) by Jan Kidawa-Blonski
1993 End of the World (Kraj Świata) by Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz
1992 Diary Found in a Hummock (Pamiętnik znaleziony w garbie) by Jan Kidawa-Blonski
Pigs (Psy) by Wladyslaw Pasikowski
1991 Kroll by Wladyslaw Pasikowski
Departure (Odjazd) by Magdalena Łazarkiewicz & Piotr Łazarkiewicz
1990 Immoral Story (Historia niemoralna) by Barbara Sass
Seszele by Boguslaw Linda
1989 March Caresses (Marcowe migdały) by Radoslaw Piwowarski
After the Fall (Po upadku) by Andrzej Trzos-Rastawiecki
1988 Without Sin (Bez grzechu) by Wiktor Skrzynecki
A Short Film about Love (Krótki film o miłości) by Krzysztof Kieslowski
– Award of the “Stars of Tomorrow” FF in Geneva ’89
Soccer Poker (Piłkarski poker) by Janusz Zaorski
Black Ravine (Czarny wąwoz) by Janusz Majewski
The Marymont Sonata (Sonata Marymoncka) by Jerzy Ridan
Taboo (Tabu) by Andrzej Baranski