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Liliana Komorowska


Liliana Komorowska (Głąbczyńska) - polish actress who for over twenty years has lived in North America, where she has been successfully implementing her life and artistic plans. She started her career in 1979, in Theatre Dramatyczny, in Warsaw, alongside such Polish celebrities as Gustaw Holoubek, Zbigniew Zapasiewicz, Piotr Fronczewski, Marek Kondrat and Janusz Gajos. Before leaving Poland, she played many significant theater, television and film roles. She starred as Abigail in the spectacle, \"Czarownice z Salem\" (1980) which was recognized, as one of the hundred best plays in the history of Television Theatre; for the spectacle, the actress received the First Prize for the Acting Debut. Grzegorz Kawalerowicz\'s film, “Austeria“ with Liliana as Jewdocha, became a classic of Polish cinema. In the United States and Canada, Liliana appeared alongside Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland, Aidan Quinn, Westley Snipes and many others. In 2005, at the Theatre Prospero in Montreal, Liliana directed, produced and starred in the play “Biesiada u Hrabiny Kotlubaj,” based on the novel by Witold Gombrowicz. Lately, she has been acting in French in theater, television and feature films, including “Romeo et Juliette,” starring famous Jeanne Moreau where Liliana played Juliet\'s mother.
For a long time, through the Foundation for the Arts, that she founded in 2004, Liliana Komorowska, has been engaged in promoting Polish culture in the Canadian environment, for which she was awarded the Silver Medal of Merit. Liliana founded the company QueenArt Films, whose first production was a documentary film about the fate of the Polish aristocracy living in exile in Canada, “Raj utracony, raj odzyskany,” (2011). Another, this time a feature-length documentary, “Beauty and the Breast,“ (2012) is also her directorial debut.
The meeting with Liliana Komorowska, will take place after the screening of \"Beauty and the Breast.\"

Mikołaj Jazdon will lead the discussion with the director.
 
   

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