Dariusz Jablonski


Alternativer NameDariusz Jablonksi
BiografieRegie, Drehbuch, Produzent *30.05.1961 Warschau, Polen "Film producer and president of Apple Film Production. His last production, the feature film Przedwiosnie (2001) (aka "The Spring to Come"), was the Polish blockbuster of year 2001. The budget was 5 million dollars, and it recorded almost 1.8 million admissions at Polish box offices. A graduate of the Directing Department at the Film Academy in Lodz, he worked as 1st Assistant Director on _"Dekalog" (1989)_ (aka "The Decalogue") by Krzysztof Kieslowski and was also 1st Assistant of Director on the "White Visiting Card" and Chronik einer Fürstenfamilie (1987) (aka "The Magnate") by Filip Bajon. Among the films he has directed are the documentary "The Visit of an Elderly Lady" (1986) -- the first Polish independent film at the time and Der Fotograf (1998) (aka Photographer), which was awarded a number of international film awards: the Grand Prix FIPA D'OR and Prix Planete in Biarritz 1999; the Grand Prix VPRO Joris Ivens Award at IDFA in Amsterdam 1998; the Prix Europa for Best Non-fiction TV Program of 1998; Best Documentary in Banff 1999; Best Documentary at Double Take, Durham; Grimme Prize 2000 in Germany, Bavarian TV Prize 1999, and it was screened at the Top Ten Mediaforum Conference in Cologne. Since establishing Apple Film Productions in 1990 he has produced more than 21 documentaries, 9 feature films and 15 teleplays. Over the last few years all of these productions have received national and international awards. Most were co-produced with Polish Television, HBO, Canal+, WDR, MDR, ARTE and other International producers. He was awarded the 1st Polish Film Award -- Eagle 1999 for Best Producer (Der Bastard muss sterben (1998), aka"Sekal Has to Die"). Dariusz Jablonski is the co-founder and president of the Polish Audiovisual Producers' Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the European Film Academy and the Board of the European Producers Club." []