|Birth Date||:||20 July 1951|
|Birth Place||:||Legnica, Poland|
Anna Dymna is a Polish TV, film and theatre actress of Armenian descent. Foundress of a charity foundation Mimo Wszystko.
150 Stundenkilometer [20 October 1986 (Poland)]
An illegitimate son undergoes strange adventures as he struggles to come to terms with his troubled birthright.
A Little Girl from the Hotel 'Excelsior' [Kazimierz Kutz]
An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God [June 2015 (Poland)]
Anton the Magician 
Czesław M.’s School of Seduction [14 January 1980]
Dama kameliowa [25 May 2007]
Death Like a Slice of Bread [September 1988]
Destined for Blues [19 September 1978 (East Germany)]
Anton the Magician is a 1978 East German comedy film directed by Günter Reisch. It was entered into the 11th Moscow International Film Festival where Ulrich Thein won the award for Best Actor.
Devilish Education [27 October 1978 (Poland)]
Diament radzy [18 November 1985]
Die Schlüssel [12 September 1983]
Na odsiecz Wiedniowi is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1983.
Eine Woche lang [5 October 1973]
Epitafium dla Barbary Radziwiłłówny [14 September 1982]
Tomaszek, a country boy living on a rich estate, ignores the mounting political conflicts and loses himself in the forest and his fantasies.
Fear of Falling [22 February 1987]
Grandma's Day [7 May 1994 (Poland)]
Śmierć jak kromka chleba is a Polish historical film about pacification of Wujek. It was released in 1994.
How Far Away, How Near [21 April 1994]
Hungarian Rhapsody [17 June 1985 (Poland)]
Ulla faces the sudden death of her husband Antek. Moreover, she has to cope with taking care of her son and the demands of Antek's client who needs her help for legal advice.
Janosik [Tadeusz Junak]
Kill It and Leave This Town [5 May 1972]
How Far Away, How Near is a 1972 film directed by Tadeusz Konwicki.
Kochaj albo rzuc [October 1993]
Leper [15 January 2016 (Poland)]
Memoirs of a Sinner [21 February 1974]
Milosc w przejsciu podziemnym [4 October 1979 (Hungary)]
Hungarian Rhapsody is a 1979 Hungarian drama film directed by Miklós Jancsó. It was entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival.
Nasza ulica 
Nothing But Fear [30 October 2020 (Russia)]
Fleeing from despair after losing those dearest to him, a man hides in a safe land of memories, where time stands still and all those dear to him are still alive.
Opowiesci Hollywoodu [Maciej Wojtyszko]
Ostrze na ostrze [19 December 1988]
Panna z mokra glowa [15 October 1971]
Pestka [18 April 1972]
Pięć i pół bladego Józka 
Ruth [12 August 2005 (Poland)]
Destined for Blues is a 2005 Polish film directed by Jan Kidawa-Błoński. It tells the story of Ryszard "Rysiek" Riedel, leader of Polish blues rock band Dżem. The movie concentrates on his family relationships with both his wife Małgorzata and his father, his music career and his addiction to heroin.
[email protected]ść w sieci [4 August 1972]
Szerokiej drogi, kochanie [20 April 2012 (Poland)]
Marcin, who is an expectant father, reaches out to his estranged and schizophrenic dad.
Take It Easy [2 January 2015]
Take It Easy is a 2015 Hindi children's film written and directed by Sunil Prem Vyas and produced by Dharmesh Pandit. The film is starring Vikram Gokhale, Raj Zutshi, Supriya Karnik, Dipannita Sharma and Anang Desai.
The Big Animal [17 September 2003]
A warrior fights for the woman he loves and joins a rebellion against a bloodthirsty prince.
The Eccentrics: On the Sunny Side of the Street [16 June 1978]
The Hexer [15 September 2006 (Poland)]
The Quack [14 March 1983 (Poland)]
Epitafium dla Barbary Radziwiłłówny is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1982. Directed by Janusz Majewski.
To the Last Drop of Blood 
Upstairs, Downstairs [21 October 2016 (Poland)]
A man leaves a successful life behind in Warsaw and decides to open a school with two former shipyard workers.
Valley of the Issa [9 November 2001]
The Hexer or The Witcher is a 2001 Polish fantasy film directed by Marek Brodzki and written by Michał Szczerbic. It stars Michał Żebrowski as Geralt of Rivia. The story is based on the books and stories of The Witcher written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.
Wesela nie bedzie [4 April 1974]
Based on the exploits of Janosik, a Polish adventurer who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor.
Wieza [14 February 2007]
- 20 July 1951.
- Legnica, Poland.