Dariusz Gajewski comes from Częstochowa in Poland. Gajewski is a film and documentary director. After working in theatre, he adapted Helmut Krausser’s play Leatherface for the film Alarm. Later, he directed the original short stories film Warsaw, which won multiple awards in Poland and internationally, and which is considered one of the most impressive Polish film debuts of this millennia. Gajewski’s Mr. Kuka’s Advice from 2008 follows a young man’s journey to Vienna. Gajewski’s newest drama Strange Heaven focuses on heroic Polish emigrants in Sweden.

Strange Heaven / Obce niebo / Podivné nebe (Poland, Sweden) Director: Dariusz Gajewski (World Cinema Panorama )

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