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PAWEL PAWLIKOWSKI Director & ScreenwriterBorn in 1957 in Warsaw, Pawel Pawlikowski left Poland at 14, moved to London, Germany, Italy and finally settled in Great Britain. After studying literature and philosophy, he began his career making award winning, offbeat documentaries, which mix fact and fiction in a personal and poetic way.
His transition to fiction came with medium-length film Twockers in 1998.
His debut theatrical feature film, Last Resort, earned international critical acclaim and remarkable receptions at numerous festivals. It was awarded a BAFTA for Most Promising Newcomer.
His next film, My Summer of Love, won a BAFTA for Outstanding British Film of the Year, amongst a string of prestigious prizes.
Between 2004 and 2007, Pawel Pawlikowski was a Creative Arts Fellow at Oxford Brookes University.
He is fluent in six languages: his native Polish, as well as French, English, German, Italian and Russian.