Producing films and television programs since 2002, Anna’s most recent release is the feature documentary Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski, from producer Leonardo DiCaprio and NETFLIX Studios. Struggle premiered on December 21, 2018 at LACMA in Los Angeles and is now available 190 countries (in 34 languages) to an audience of 160 million. Reception has been phenomenal: rave reviews in top publications from around the world (New York Times, Observer, Guardian, Daily Mirror, Tribute and many more); Netflix ranked it 4th Best Film of 2018; and ranks #5 on the list of Must See movies in 2019 according to IMDb – the most popular industry portal and the defacto authoritative in film and television.

Her portfolio boasts an extensive run in television, having produced more than 300 episodes and 26 broadcast shows, a number of on-stage musicals with famous Polish stars played in Warsaw’s Sala Kongresowa and the Polish National Opera, and multi-award winning productions like In Fortunes Debt, Dancing with Drugs and The Portraitist.

The Portraitist
Villy, a young Polish photographer, is imprisoned in Auschwitz when he refuses to renounce his Polish heritage. The Nazis use his skills to document their prisoners and the homicidal experiments of Dr. Joseph Mengele. Villy, using his wits to survive years of unimaginable conditions, commits himself to exposing the horrible true about Hitler's Final Solution.
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August Sky

Locals strive to honor the memory of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.

Alien VI

A visitor comes to a small Polish town. When he leaves, the town will not be the same – at least for a little while.

Dandy Boy

With his bold, dark eyes, the noble Janusz can not blend in with the crowd. He was born to be noticed – now, he must hide to survive.
Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski
Hidden in a nondescript suburb, they found a most intriguing old man whose transcendental art lead them to the artistic genius of Szukalski, a life spanning two centuries, the rebirth and fatal struggle of a nation, a life's work obliterated and decades of obscurity in Los Angeles, which he called the 'Siberia of American culture'.
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The Portraitist

He spent almost five years imprisoned at Auschwitz. At the end of his life he opens up about his experience.

Account of Luck

She survived the war although she went through the horrors of the Lodz ghetto, Auschwitz and Stutthof concentration camps.

Fired

“Fired” is a portrait of Jacek Wilewski. Completely immersed in his work he sometimes fails to distinguish between art an reality.

Chopin's Last Secret

The life of the greatest Polish composer still holds some secrets. One of them he had literally taken to his grave.

Traces of the Grail

A journey deep into the spiritual inspirations of Jerzy Prokopiuk and the true nature of Man.

Kosher Maker

Malka Kafka reveals the secrets of kosher cuisine.

A Roof Over the Stars

How do Polish stars live? What do they have in their homes, apartments and studios?

Sztukomaniak

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