The Los Angeles Film Critics Association announced their 2014 film awards: Ida by Paweł Pawlikowski was chosen as the Best Foreign Language feature and Agata Kulesza as the best Best Supporting Actress! Congratulations!
November 9, 2014. Ida nominated for European Film Awards.
Paweł Pawlikowski's Ida, in which Joanna Kulig sings songs from the 60s, leads this year's European Film Award candidates with as many as five nominations: European Film, European Director, European Screenwriter, and two nominations in the European Actress category for Agata Kulesza and Agata Trzebuchowska. The jury has also already awarded the Carlo Di Palma Prize for European Cinematographer to Ryszard Lanczewski and Łukasz Żal. Congratulations!
June 10, 2014. Joanna Kulig in new AXN mini-series Zbrodnia (Crime).
Joanna Kulig joined the cast of a three-episode AXN Poland mini-series about unresolved crimes, starring Magdalena Boczarska and Wojciech Zieliński. Filming has started on May 29 on the Hel Peninsula and the show will premiere in Autumn on AXN channel. Joanna will take on the role of Monika Krajewska, a young and attractive police constable. Together with officer Tomasz Nowiński (played by Wojciech Zieliński) they are working on solving a mysterious case on the Hel Peninsula.
Photo by AXN
October 21, 2013. Ida triumphs in London and Warsaw
Last Saturday, Ida by Paweł Pawlikowski triumphed in two European film festivals. It has won the Warsaw Grand Prix in the International Competition of the 29th Warsaw Film Festival and the Grand Prix of the London Film Festival. At WFF it also received the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury. Earlier, Ida won the Golden Lion in Gdynia for the Best Polish Film and the FIPRESCI international critics' award at the festival in Toronto. Ida premieres in Poland on the 25th of October.
„It is a small gem, tender and bleak, funny and sad, superbly photographed in luminous monochrome. Ida is a drama that obliquely but candidly addresses the issues of Polish catholicism, antisemitism, the church and the state”, says Peter Bradshaw of the „Guardian”
Joanna Kulig in Ida sings Polish hits from the 60s.
See behind the scenes of the Harper's Bazaar Poland photoshoot. Joanna Kulig was all dressed up in Chanel, posing in the streets of Paris. Photographer: Piotr Stokłosa.
Joanna Kulig is on the cover of the September issue of the Polish edition of Harper's Bazaar. The magazine includes an interview and a photo session by Piotr Stokłosa, shot in Paris.
April 15, 2013. Joanna Kulig on the cover of the Polish edition of Elle magazine.
Joanna Kulig is on the cover of the April issue of Elle. This is the second double-cover issue of Elle. On the primary cover, Joanna Kulig appeared in a dress designed by Agnieszka Maciejak. A different version of the cover is available to the magazine's subscribers. Photos by Mateusz Stankiewicz/AFPhoto. Styling: Zuzanna Kuczyńska. Make-up: Sylwia Rakowska. Interview: Agnieszka Sztyler.
Photoshoot behind the scenes video: www.elle.pl/video/joanna-kulig-dla-elle-zobacz-kulisy-sesji
Polish Film Awards Orly 2013 ceremony took place yesterday at the National Theatre in Warsaw. Joanna Kulig won the Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Elles by Malgoska Szumowska. Photo by PAP/Leszek Szymanski..Lasting by Jacek Borcuch.
Lasting, directed by Jacek Borcuch, premieres in Poland. Starring: Jakub Gierszał, Magdalena Berus. Cinematographer: Michał Englert. Music: Daniel Bloom. The film's world premiere took place in January during Sundance Film Festival, where Michał Englert received the Award for Best Cinematography. The film premiered in Europe last week, during 42nd International Film Festival Rotterdam. Lasting is a passionate story of an affair between Michał (Jakub Gierszał) and Karina (Magdalena Berus), who meet and fall in love while working in sunny Spain. The summer affair ends abruptly due to a dramatic incident, which will change the protagonists' lives forever. Joanna Kulig plays Karina's friend in the film.
Joanna Kulig has been featured in the American film Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters directed by Tommy Wirkola. It is a fantasy retelling of the classic fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel, starring Gemma Arterton and Jeremy Renner. The story takes place fifteen years after the incident involving a certain witch and a gingerbread house. Hansel and Gretel are now bounty hunters specializing in tracking down witches. Joanna Kulig plays the Red-Haired Witch, the assistant of the Witch Leader played by Famke Janssen.
December 20, 2012. Joanna Kulig nominated for the Zbyszek Cybulski Award.
Joanna Kulig, has been nominated for the prestigeous Zbyszek Cybulski Award 2012 for her performance in Elles. The Award is bestowed upon young actors or actresses who stand out as remarkable individualities, by jury composed by Andrzej Wajda, Krystyna Janda, Maja Komorowska, Jan Englert, Joanna Szczepkowska and Krzysztof Zanussi, among others. The other nominees are Piotr Głowacki (80 Millions), Agnieszka Grochowska (Shameless, In Darkness), Julia Kijowska (In Darkness) and Marcin Kowalczyk (You Are God). The Zbyszek Cybulski Award gala will take place on January 21, 2013 in Iluzjon Cinema - the Museum of Film Art. A press conference and a meeting with the nominated actors will take place on January 2, in Empik Junior, Warsaw.