Pola Negri: Life Is a Dream in Cinema


Pola Negri: Life is a Dream in Cinema is a feature-length biographical documentary film by Polish-American director Mariusz Kotowski released in 2006. The film chronicles the life of Polish silent film actress Pola Negri, as told by those who knew her and those who have studied her life and films.

The documentary is the first directorial work of Polish-born director Mariusz Kotowski. Kotowski had previously worked as a dancer and dance choreographer,[1] and invested three years of work and a considerable personal fortune into producing the Pola Negri: Life is a Dream in Cinema documentary.[2] He has gone on to direct the Holocaust film Esther's Diary (2010, originally released as Forgiveness [2008]), which featured a lead character built strongly on Pola Negri,[3] and the erotic psychological thriller Deeper and Deeper (2009) starring David Lago (The Young and the Restless).[4] Kotowski also went on to author a Polish-language Pola Negri biography entitled Pola Negri: Legenda Hollywood (English title: Pola Negri: Hollywood Legend), which was released in Poland in 2011.[5]

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Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
Regie:Mariusz Kotowski
Musik:Frédéric Chopin
Darsteller:Hayley Mills
Eli Wallach
A. C. Lyles
Cyndi Williams
James Hall
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Dixie Film Festival
Festival Prize
Best Documentary
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