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Dariusz Jabłoński est un Acteur, Réalisateur, Scénariste, Producteur et Assistant Director Polonais né le 30 mai 1961

Dariusz Jabłoński

Dariusz Jabłoński
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Nationalité Pologne
Naissance 30 mai 1961 (59 ans)
Récompenses Bavarian TV Awards

Dariusz Jabłoński (born 1961) is a Polish film director and producer, president of his own production company, Apple Film Productions, and one of the leading independent producers in Poland.

Biographie

Jabłoński is a graduate of the Film Directing Academy in Łódź, Poland. He has worked on the biggest films in Polish cinematography –- as a Second Director on "Decalogue" by Krzysztof Kieślowski and as First Assistant Director on the "White Visiting Card" and "Magnate" by Filip Bajon. He produced and directed "The Visit of an Elderly Lady" (1986) -- the first Polish independent film—and Photographer (1998), which received a number of international film awards: Grand Prix FIPA D'OR and Prix Planete in Biarritz (1999); Grand Prix VPRO Joris Ivens Award at IDFA in Amsterdam (1998); Prix Europa for Best Non-fiction TV Program (1998); Best Documentary in Banff (1999); Best Documentary at Double Take, Durham; Grimme Prize in Germany (2000); Bavarian TV Prize (1999). His work has also been screened at the TOP TEN Mediaforum Conference in Cologne. In addition, he has won awards at many international and Polish film festivals.

In 1990 he founded Apple Film Productions, which has produced more than 21 documentaries, 15 feature films and numerous tele-plays. Most of these were co-produced by Polish Television, Canal+, WDR, ARTE as well as other international producers. Additionally, many of these productions have received myriad international film awards.

Jabłoński is a founder of the Polish Film Awards and the Polish Film Academy as well as of the Independent Film Foundation, created to promote Art House films and their writers. The Independent Film Foundation is also running "ScripTeast", an innovative training program designed specifically for experienced scriptwriters from Eastern and Central Europe. He has finished many special courses (ex. European Film College) and received many international scholarships for European film professionals. He is also a member of the European Film Academy.

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Filmographie de Dariusz Jabłoński (6 films)

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Acteur

Le Décalogue 7, tu ne voleras pas, 55minutes
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Genres Drame
Acteurs Anna Polony, Dariusz Jabłoński, Bogusław Linda, Artur Barciś, Bożena Dykiel
Rôle Znajomy Wojtka
Note80% 4.0377454.0377454.0377454.0377454.037745
La directrice d'un lycée, découvrant que sa fille, Majka, est enceinte d'un professeur, décide d’étouffer le scandale en se faisant passer pour la mère de l'enfant. Quelques années plus tard, Majka, voulant récupérer son enfant, le kidnappe. Sa mère les retrouve. Majka, désespérée, part pour le Canada.

Réalisateur

Scénariste

Producteur

Pokłosie
Pokłosie (2012)
, 1h47
Genres Drame, Thriller
Thèmes Religion, Politique, Religion juive
Acteurs Maciej Stuhr, Jerzy Radziwiłowicz, Zuzana Fialová, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Danuta Szaflarska
Rôle Producteur
Note72% 3.644633.644633.644633.644633.64463
The film is a contemporary drama. It takes place in the fictional village of Gurówka in 2001. The story begins with the return of Franciszek Kalina (Ireneusz Czop) to his hometown in rural Poland after having lived in Chicago for decades. He learns that his brother Józef (Maciej Stuhr) is shunned by the community for acquiring and displaying on his farmland dozens of Jewish tombstones which he discovered had been used by German occupying forces as paving stones in a now abandoned road. Józef is gathering the tombstones everywhere in the settlement and moves them into his own field to survive from oblivion. Against the growing opposition of the town residents, the Kalina brothers attempt to learn more about what happened to the Jews of the village. Their personal relationship, harsh after the brothers met, warms and becomes more cooperative after they both find themselves opposed by the whole village. The older priest blesses the brother and urges him to continue gathering the tombstones while the new one, to head the parish soon, displays no sympathy for Jews. Franciszek discovers in a local archive that his father along with other men of the village got the land that had been owned by Jews before the war. He is eager to study the truth. After speaking to some of the oldest residents in the village, they later realize that half the residents murdered the other half (led by a neighbor and their father Stanisław Kalina). This discovery results in a terrible fight and split between the brothers after a dispute about the bones of the Jews they found the night before. Józef, after learning that their own father was directly involved in the murder of the Jews who were burned to death in Józef's family's former house, the brother's roles are reversed and it is Józef that wants to hide the truth from coming out to the world and Franciszek that wants all the world to know the truth and for the bones of the murdered Jews to be taken to their wheat fields and buried with their headstones, so as to not compound the terrible sins of their father and the neighbors. In their fight, Franciszek comes close to killing his brother Józef but Franciszek stops himself, puts the ax down and leaves the village but is returned to the village by a hospital nurse/doctor, the daughter of one of the oldest surviving neighbors who had known the truth but kept it secret, to see his brother beaten, murdered and crucified in their own yard. The movie ends with a scene of a group of young and older Israeli Jews being led by an Orthodox Rabbi reciting the Kaddish, the Jewish prayer in memory of the dead, in front of a formal memorial stone, at the now restored cemetery that Józef had made in his fields, while Franciszek watches with respect, lights a candle, leaves it on one of the tombstones and nods slightly to the scene, turns and walks away, satisfied that these Jews are now buried where their lives and their deaths, can be remembered and honored, while at the same time, lighting a candle, in remembrance and in honoring his own brother, Józef who was crucified by unknown neighbor(s), symbolically dying for the sins of his father and the neighbors.
Janosik : Une histoire vrai, 2h17
Réalisé par Agnieszka Holland, Katarzyna Adamik
Genres Drame, Guerre, Romance
Acteurs Michał Żebrowski, Danuta Szaflarska, Jarosław Boberek, Joanna Kulig, Maja Ostaszewska, Táňa Pauhofová
Rôle Producteur
Note49% 2.462212.462212.462212.462212.46221
XVIII siècle. Janosik a passé sa jeunesse dans l'armée et il a été confronté à la violence, à la cruauté et à l'injustice. En rentrant chez lui, il rejoint une bande de brigands. Intrépide, charismatique et guerrier habile, il s'impose très vite comme leur chef. Volant les riches pour redistribuer aux plus démunis, magnanime, laissant la vie sauve à ses victimes, il devient rapidement très populaire dans la région. Mais son insolent succès réveille des haines et des jalousies : désormais, son existence est menacée....
Wrota Europy, 1h13
Acteurs Alicja Bachleda-Curuś, Kinga Preis
Rôle Producteur
Note60% 3.01873.01873.01873.01873.0187
In January 1918, three volunteer nurses came to the field hospital and Polish Corps located in the manor in Ciechiniczach (Cichiniczach) between Rahačoŭ and Bobrujskiem. Sophie, one of the nurses, finds her previously missing brother. When the hospital gets into the hands of the Bolsheviks, the sisters must cope not only with patient care, but also the brutality of the enemy soldiers.

Directeur

Magnat
Magnat (1987)
, 2h51
Réalisé par Filip Bajon
Genres Drame, Historique
Acteurs Jerzy Bińczycki, Bogusław Linda, Jan Nowicki, Grażyna Szapołowska, Jan Englert, Olgierd Łukaszewicz
Rôle Assistant Director
Note68% 3.4489153.4489153.4489153.4489153.448915
In the year 1900 the German Emperor, Wilhelm II, was invited for a bison hunt in the hunting lodge and estate of a wealthy industrialist and businessman Prince Hans Heinrich XV (of the von Teuss family) in German-controlled Silesia. The emperor, satisfied with the diplomatic services of the Prince for the country and charmed by his young wife Daisy, offers him a profitable position. The Prince is obliged to choose: either become the Great Huntsman of the Crown and receive additional land for building new factories, coal mines and manufacturing plants or become an Ambassador of the German Empire in London. Although under the constant pressure of his wife to choose the position of an ambassador, Hans Heinrich decides to choose the position of the Great Huntsman of the Empire. Later distressed Princess Daisy turns to the Emperor for help in order to escape from her tyrannical, cynical and obsessed husband. Upon the Kaiser's refusal she becomes involved in a scandalous affair that would later have devastating consequences on the von Teuss family and her marriage. The Prince eventually divorced Daisy in the 1920s.