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All that I love

All that I love

 

All that I love
There is a time in everyone's life, those fleeting few years, when we are no longer children but haven't yet crossed the threshold of adulthood. A time full of "first times" - first wine drinking, first disappointment, first rebellion, first love ? A time filled with hopes and dreams.

"All that I love" - is the story of a boy, his family and friends set in the early 1980s.We see the world through Janek's eyes, an eighteen year- old sensitive boy living in a seaside town.
The Big History - manifestations, strikes, imposing of martial law - passes in the background, in the foreground - the passion for life, joy of youth, music, sex, first passionate love - everything that is most beautiful. The clash of idealistic world of youth with the though one of adults. Janek will find out that there is no escape from the adult world. He has to face it all, fight for the girl, family and his future. The visual and music side of the movie creates an illusion of those times. The camera follows characters and presents their emotions from close perspective. The set design and music - hits of Polish punk rock - rebuild the specific atmosphere from thirty years ago and make it possible for a contemporary viewer to understand the world which is gone and people who lived then.

Awards:

  • 2009 Elwira Pluta (Gdynia Polish Film Festival) - Best Production Design
  • 2009 Jacek Borcuch (Gdynia Polish Film Festival) - Golden Clapper Award for the most applauded film
  • 2009 Jacek Borcuch (Gdynia Polish Film Festival) - Australian Distributors' Golden Kangaroo Award
  • 2010 Jacek Borcuch (Nationwide Festival of Film Art Prowincjonalia) - Jancio Wodnik Award for the Best Polish Movie
  • 2010 Daniel Blomm (Nationwide Festival of Film Art Prowincjonalia) - Best Music Award
  • 2010 Mateusz Kościukiewicz (Nationwide Festival of Film Art Prowincjonalia) - Revelation of the Festival
  • 2010 Jacek Borcuch (Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles) - Hollywood Eagle Award
  • 2010 Jacek Borcuch (The New York Polish Film Festival) - "Beyond Borders" - Award for best Feature Film
  • 2010 Jacek Borcuch (Festroia International Film Festival) - FIPRESCI Prize
  • 2010 Jacek Borcuch (Festroia International Film Festival) - CICAE Prize
  • 2010 Jacek Borcuch (Brussels Film Festival) - Best Screenplay Award

"All that I love"
("Wszystko, co kocham")

Director: Jacek Borcuch
Scriptwriter: Jacek Borcuch
Director of Photography: Michal Englert
Music: Daniel Bloom
Editing: Agnieszka Glinska, Krzysztof Szpetmanski
Make up Artist: Dominka Dylewska
Make up Artist 2: Ewa Kowalewska
Production Manager: Anna Wydra
Producers: Jan Dworak, Kamila Polit, Renata Czarnkowska-Listos
Production Company: Prasa & Film Ltd.
Co-financed by: Polish Film Institute

2009

cast:

 

Janek's Father: Andrzej Chyra
Sokolowska: Katarzyna Herman
Janek's Mother: Anna Radwan
Sokolowski: Marek Kalita
Janek: Mateusz Kosciukiewicz
Kazik: Jakub Gierszal
Staszek: Mateusz Banasiuk
Diabel: Igor Obloza
Basia: Olga Frycz

 

 

"All that I love" with three awards from the Polish Film Academy!

All that I loveOn Monday, the 7th of March 2011, the ceremony of Polish Film Awards Orły (Eagles) took place at Teatr Polski in Warsaw. The award for the best screenplay went to Jacek Borcuch. The director of "All that I love" received also the audience award.  For his role in "All that I love" Mateusz Kościukiewicz was awarded in the "Discovery of the Year" category.

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"All that I love" in Los Angeles

All that I loveIn order to mark the 30th anniversary celebration of the Polish "Solidarity" movement an exceptional meeting took place on 15th December 2010 at the Museum of Tolerance (A Simon Wiesenthal Centre) in Los Angeles. It was part of the promotional campaign for the film ALL THAT I LOVE by Jacek Borcuch, the Polish candidate for an Oscar nomination in the Best Foreign Film category. Former President Lech Walesa was the guest of honour of the event, co-organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Polish Film Institute.

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"All that I love” is the Polish Oscar candidate!

All that I love07.09.2010 The Oscar Commission appointed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage Bogdan Zdrojewski decided that the Polish candidate for an Oscar award in the category of Best non-English film will be „Everything I Love” directed by Jacek Borcuch.

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"All that I love" selected as Poland's Oscar entry!

All that I love"All that I love", a film by Jacek Borcuch, has been selected as Poland's candidate for 2011 Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

Gallery "All that I love", credit: Prasa & Film
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