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Wajda

(Polish ˈvajda)
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(Biography) Andrei or Andrzej (ˈandʒɛj). born 1926, Polish film director. His films include Ashes and Diamonds (1958), The Wedding (1972), Man of Iron (1980), Danton (1982), Miss Nobody (1997), and Katyń (2007)
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Noun1.Wajda - Polish filmmaker (born in 1929)
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Incumbents Louis Hacker, Elissa Kojzarek and Dan Corbett are challenged by Dan Pace and Tom Wajda.
In 2013, he moved back to Warsaw, where he continues to make films and teaches film writing and directing at the Wajda School.
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Saudi Arabia's first female director, Haifaa Al-Mansour will be on the board of directors.She is one of the country's best-known and most controversial directors with landmark movies such as Wajda and Mary Shelley to her credit.
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I remember seeing for the first time The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Cabiria, and the trilogy of films about World War II and its aftermath by Andrzej Wajda (these three were shown in the same week).
There's the film school in Lodz, responsible for both Roman Polanski and Andrzej Wajda. And there's the Sam Spiegel Film & Television school in Jerusalem.
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There's even the last work of Andrzej Wajda, one of the foreign-language film masters who inspired Hollywood's Greatest Generation back when there was a young army of idealistic American filmmakers who were fighting on your side for a cinema of provocation and bold new forms of storytelling.
[beaucoup moins que] Elle [beaucoup plus grand que], du realisateur neerlandais Paul Verhoeven, thriller transgressif avec Isabelle Huppert, portera les couleurs de la France, et [beaucoup moins que] Afterimage [beaucoup plus grand que] d'Andrzej Wajda qui vient de mourir, celles de la Pologne.