- Andrzej Żuławski
name = Andrzej Żuławski
22 November 1940(aged 67)
birthplace = Lwów, USSR (now in
yearsactive = 1971-present
website = http://www.andrzej-zulawski.com
Żuławski was an assistant of
Andrzej Wajda. When his second film "Diabeł" was banned in Poland he decided to move to France, where he made "L'Important c'est d'aimer" (1975) with Romy Schneider.
After returning to Poland he worked for two years on a film which the authorities did again not allow him to finish ("On the Silver Globe"), the movie was based on a book written by his great-uncle
Jerzy Żuławski. Since then he has lived and worked mostly in France, making successful Fact|date=February 2007 art films.
Being a maverick who always defied mainstream commercialism, [http://www.commercialalert.org] Zulawski enjoyed success mostly with the European art-house audiences. His wild, imaginative,and controversial pictures have received 16 awards at various international film festivals. He alsowrote the novels
Il était Un Verger, Lity Bór(a.k.a: La Forêt Forteresse), V Oczach Tygrysa, and Ogród Milosci.He is also well-known for his relations with very beautiful women. He has been in a relation for 15 years with French actress Sophie Marceauwith whom he has done his last movie „La Fidelité“.
*"The Third Part Of The Night" (1971)
*"The Devil" (1972)
*"The Important Thing Is To Love" (1975)
*"The Public Woman" (1984)
*"Mad Love" (1985)
*"On the Silver Globe" (1987)
*"My Nights Are More Beautiful Than Your Days" (1989)
*"Boris Godunov" (1989)
*"The Blue Note" (1991)
* [http://www.andrzej-zulawski.com Offical website]
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