Krzysztof Kieślowski

Krzysztof Kieślowski

出生 : 1941-06-27, Warsaw, Poland

死亡 : 1996-03-13

略歴

Krzysztof Kieślowski (1941–1996) was an influential Polish arthouse film director and screenwriter known internationally for his television series "The Decalogue" (1989), and his feature films "The Double Life of Véronique" (1991), and the "Three Colours" trilogy (1993–1994). Kieślowski received numerous awards during his career, including the Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize (1988), FIPRESCI Prize (1988, 1991), and Prize of the Ecumenical Jury (1991); the Venice Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize (1989), Golden Lion (1993), and OCIC Award (1993); and the Berlin International Film Festival Silver Bear (1994). In 1995 he received Academy Award nominations for Best Director and Best Writing. In 2002 Kieślowski was listed at number two on the British Film Institute's Sight & Sound Top Ten Directors list of modern times. Krzysztof Kieślowski died on 13 March 1996, He was 54.

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参加作品

Sodankylä Forever
Self
The Midnight Sun Film Festival is held every June in the Finnish village of Sodankylä beyond the arctic circle — where the sun never sets. Founded by Aki and Mika Kaurismäki along with Anssi Mänttäri and Peter von Bagh in 1985, the festival has played host to an international who’s who of directors and each day begins with a two-hour discussion. To mark the festival’s silver anniversary, festival director Peter von Bagh edited together highlights from these dialogues to create an epic four-part choral history of cinema drawn from the anecdotes, insights, and wisdom of his all-star cast: Coppola, Fuller, Forman, Chabrol, Corman, Demy, Kieslowski, Kiarostami, Varda, Oliveira, Erice, Rouch, Gilliam, Jancso — and 64 more. Ranging across innumerable topics (war, censorship, movie stars, formative influences, America, neorealism) these voices, many now passed away, engage in a personal dialogue across the years that’s by turns charming, profound, hilarious and moving.
Hope
Writer
Francis Ratay witnesses the theft of church painting "Angel with violin". The entire incident recorded by an amateur camera. The thief turns out to Benedict Weber, gallery owner and art connoisseur. Francis comes to his gallery. Blackmails him, that will provide police record, unless the image in three days back in place.
Cinema 16: European Short Films (European Edition)
Director
A collection of short films by 16 European directors.
Hell
Scenario Writer
Three sisters share a connection to a violent incident from their childhood reunite to for the chance to come to terms with their past.
Still Alive: A Film About Krzysztof Kieslowski
Self
Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz directed this insightful TV documentary (2005) tracing the Polish filmmaker's career. Former classmates reminisce about Kieslowski's happy beginnings at the Lodz film school and how his dissatisfaction with some of his early documentaries prompted the dramatic work and stylistic experimentation that led to his monumental series of films The Decalogue (1989). Wim Wenders, Agnieszka Holland, and Juliette Binoche are among the many admirers weighing in on his hard-driving work methods and preoccupation with the ephemeral. In Polish, French, and German with subtitles.
1966-1988: Kieslowski, Polish Filmmaker
Self
Documentary tracing the filmmaker’s work in Poland, from his days as a student through The Double Life of Véronique.
ヘヴン
Screenplay
A woman takes the law into her own hands after police ignore her pleas to arrest the man responsible for her husband's death, and finds herself not only under arrest for murder but falling in love with an officer.
The Big Animal
Writer
Left behind by a circus, a camel wanders to the house of a simple middle-aged couple in a Polish village. Although the wife is initially bewildered by the strange and unexpected animal, her husband immediately adopts it as a pet.
A Short Film About Decalogue: An Interview with Krzysztof Kieslowski
Self
This interview, made in January 1995, is an attempt to examine the universal messages offered by 'Decalogue', as well as it's idiosyncrasies
Krzysztof Kieslowski: I'm So-So...
Self
Documentary about polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski
Kieślowski Cannes 94
Self
A documentary about the showing of Krzysztof Kieślowski's film RED at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival, including interviews with the director and the cast of the film.
Krzysztof Kieślowski: A Lesson in Cinema
Self
Film director Krzysztof Kieślowski examines in detail one scene from each of the films in his Three Colors Trilogy.
トリコロール/赤の愛
Director
女学生のヴァランティーヌが知り合った初老の元判事には、他人の電話を盗聴するという悪習があった。彼女はそれをやめさせようと、男の過去を探っていくが……。
トリコロール/赤の愛
Author
女学生のヴァランティーヌが知り合った初老の元判事には、他人の電話を盗聴するという悪習があった。彼女はそれをやめさせようと、男の過去を探っていくが……。
トリコロール/赤の愛
Screenplay
女学生のヴァランティーヌが知り合った初老の元判事には、他人の電話を盗聴するという悪習があった。彼女はそれをやめさせようと、男の過去を探っていくが……。
トリコロール/白の愛
Director
性的不能から妻に去られた男が、やがて金持ちになって、妻に奇妙な復讐をするまでを描く。
トリコロール/白の愛
Screenplay
性的不能から妻に去られた男が、やがて金持ちになって、妻に奇妙な復讐をするまでを描く。
トリコロール/青の愛
Director
音楽家の夫を事故で失ったジュリーは、全ての財産を処分しようとした。過去から離れて暮らそうとしたのだった。だがそのとき、彼女は、夫の子を身ごもっている愛人と出会う……。
トリコロール/青の愛
Author
音楽家の夫を事故で失ったジュリーは、全ての財産を処分しようとした。過去から離れて暮らそうとしたのだった。だがそのとき、彼女は、夫の子を身ごもっている愛人と出会う……。
トリコロール/青の愛
Screenplay
音楽家の夫を事故で失ったジュリーは、全ての財産を処分しようとした。過去から離れて暮らそうとしたのだった。だがそのとき、彼女は、夫の子を身ごもっている愛人と出会う……。
ふたりのベロニカ
Director
 同年同日に生まれた二人のベロニカという名の女性の幻想的なラブ・ストーリー。ポーランドとフランスに、お互いに名前・顔・音楽の才能までもが同じベロニカという二人の女性がいた。ある日ポーランドのベロニカが舞台の上で倒れ死んでしまう。一方、フランスのベロニカは情熱的な恋人と出会い、やがて偶然からもう一人のベロニカの存在に気付く。彼女はポーランドへ旅立つが……。舞台上で息絶えたシーンでの曲がフランスのベロニカが恋人と出会うシーンでも使われたりと、音楽が映画を効果的に引っ張っている。ベロニカを透明感あふれる二役で演じたイレーヌ・ジャコブは、この映画でカンヌの主演女優賞を受賞した。97年に没したキエシロフスキー監督の代表作の一本。 <allcinema>
ふたりのベロニカ
Screenplay
 同年同日に生まれた二人のベロニカという名の女性の幻想的なラブ・ストーリー。ポーランドとフランスに、お互いに名前・顔・音楽の才能までもが同じベロニカという二人の女性がいた。ある日ポーランドのベロニカが舞台の上で倒れ死んでしまう。一方、フランスのベロニカは情熱的な恋人と出会い、やがて偶然からもう一人のベロニカの存在に気付く。彼女はポーランドへ旅立つが……。舞台上で息絶えたシーンでの曲がフランスのベロニカが恋人と出会うシーンでも使われたりと、音楽が映画を効果的に引っ張っている。ベロニカを透明感あふれる二役で演じたイレーヌ・ジャコブは、この映画でカンヌの主演女優賞を受賞した。97年に没したキエシロフスキー監督の代表作の一本。 <allcinema>
Kieslowski: Dialogue
Self
Documentary featuring a candid interview with Kieślowski and rare behind-the-scenes footage from the set of The Double Life of Véronique
The Ten Commandments of Krzysztof Kieslowski
Self
Documentary on Krzysztof Kieslowski's Dekalog from the BBC Arena series.
City Life
Director
Collection of documentary shorts by various acclaimed directors
Decalogue X
Writer
Jerzy and Artur’s father dies, leaving behind a valuable stamp collection, which, they discover, is coveted by dealers of varying degrees of shadiness. The more involved the brothers get in their father’s world, the more dire and comical their situation becomes.
Decalogue X
Director
Jerzy and Artur’s father dies, leaving behind a valuable stamp collection, which, they discover, is coveted by dealers of varying degrees of shadiness. The more involved the brothers get in their father’s world, the more dire and comical their situation becomes.
Decalogue IX
Writer
Roman and Hanka have a loving marriage, but his impotence has led to her having an affair. The unbearable situation drives Roman to extreme measures both physically and mentally, testing their love and his own will to live.
Decalogue IX
Director
Roman and Hanka have a loving marriage, but his impotence has led to her having an affair. The unbearable situation drives Roman to extreme measures both physically and mentally, testing their love and his own will to live.
Decalogue VIII
Director
Zofia, a professor of ethics, is visited by Elżbieta, an American researching the fate of Jews who survived World War II. A daytime classroom conversation turns into a night of confrontation, and Zofia is forced to answer for a decision she made decades ago that directly affected the course of Elżbieta’s life.
Decalogue VIII
Writer
Zofia, a professor of ethics, is visited by Elżbieta, an American researching the fate of Jews who survived World War II. A daytime classroom conversation turns into a night of confrontation, and Zofia is forced to answer for a decision she made decades ago that directly affected the course of Elżbieta’s life.
Decalogue VII
Director
As a high school student, Majka bore a child, Ania, whom Majka’s mother, Ewa, has been raising as her own. Now that Majka is ready for motherhood, Ewa refuses to let go, leading Majka to kidnap her own daughter, with unexpected emotional consequences.
Decalogue VII
Writer
As a high school student, Majka bore a child, Ania, whom Majka’s mother, Ewa, has been raising as her own. Now that Majka is ready for motherhood, Ewa refuses to let go, leading Majka to kidnap her own daughter, with unexpected emotional consequences.
Decalogue VI
Director
A teenage postal worker, Tomek, routinely spies on his older neighbor Magda, a sexually liberated artist who lives in the apartment across the courtyard from his. As their private worlds merge, fascination turns to obsession, and the line between love and curiosity becomes violently blurred.
Decalogue VI
Writer
A teenage postal worker, Tomek, routinely spies on his older neighbor Magda, a sexually liberated artist who lives in the apartment across the courtyard from his. As their private worlds merge, fascination turns to obsession, and the line between love and curiosity becomes violently blurred.
Decalogue V
Writer
Jacek, an angry drifter, murders a taxi driver, brutally and without motive. His case is assigned to Piotr, an idealistic young lawyer who is morally opposed to the death penalty, and their interactions take on an emotional honesty that throws into stark relief for Piotr the injustice of killing of any kind.
Decalogue V
Director
Jacek, an angry drifter, murders a taxi driver, brutally and without motive. His case is assigned to Piotr, an idealistic young lawyer who is morally opposed to the death penalty, and their interactions take on an emotional honesty that throws into stark relief for Piotr the injustice of killing of any kind.
Decalogue IV
Director
A father and daughter, Michał and Anka, have a unique intimacy, which the college-aged Anka is beginning to feel conflicted about. When she finds an unopened letter from her deceased mother, it seems to justify her attraction to Michał, who may not in fact be her father.
Decalogue IV
Writer
A father and daughter, Michał and Anka, have a unique intimacy, which the college-aged Anka is beginning to feel conflicted about. When she finds an unopened letter from her deceased mother, it seems to justify her attraction to Michał, who may not in fact be her father.
Decalogue III
Director
It’s Christmas Eve, and Ewa has plotted to pass the hours until morning with her former lover Janusz, a family man, by making him believe her husband has gone missing. During this night of recklessness and lies, the pair grapple with choices made when their affair was discovered three years ago, and with the value of their present lives.
Decalogue III
Writer
It’s Christmas Eve, and Ewa has plotted to pass the hours until morning with her former lover Janusz, a family man, by making him believe her husband has gone missing. During this night of recklessness and lies, the pair grapple with choices made when their affair was discovered three years ago, and with the value of their present lives.
Decalogue II
Director
Dorota Geller, a married woman, faces a dilemma involving her sick husband's prognosis. Her husband's doctor, who believes in God, sweared about it in vain.
Decalogue II
Writer
Dorota Geller, a married woman, faces a dilemma involving her sick husband's prognosis. Her husband's doctor, who believes in God, sweared about it in vain.
Decalogue I
Director
Krzysztof, a semantics professor and computer hobbyist, is raising his young son, Paweł, to look to science for answers, while Irena, Paweł’s aunt, lives a life rooted in faith. Over the course of one day, both adults are forced to question their belief systems.
Decalogue I
Writer
Krzysztof, a semantics professor and computer hobbyist, is raising his young son, Paweł, to look to science for answers, while Irena, Paweł’s aunt, lives a life rooted in faith. Over the course of one day, both adults are forced to question their belief systems.
A Short Film About Love
Writer
19-year-old Tomek whiles away his lonely life by spying on his opposite neighbour Magda through binoculars. She's an artist in her mid-thirties, and appears to have everything - not least a constant stream of men at her beck and call. But when the two finally meet, they discover that they have a lot more in common than appeared at first sight...
A Short Film About Love
Director
19-year-old Tomek whiles away his lonely life by spying on his opposite neighbour Magda through binoculars. She's an artist in her mid-thirties, and appears to have everything - not least a constant stream of men at her beck and call. But when the two finally meet, they discover that they have a lot more in common than appeared at first sight...
A Short Film About Killing
Author
Jacek climbs into the taxi driven by Waldemar, tells him to drive to a remote location, then brutally strangles him, seemingly without motive.
A Short Film About Killing
Director
Jacek climbs into the taxi driven by Waldemar, tells him to drive to a remote location, then brutally strangles him, seemingly without motive.
Blind Chance
Author
Witek runs after a train. Three variations follow on how such a seemingly banal incident could influence the rest of Witek's life.
Blind Chance
Director
Witek runs after a train. Three variations follow on how such a seemingly banal incident could influence the rest of Witek's life.
No End
Director
1982, Poland. A translator loses her husband and becomes a victim of her own sorrow. She looks to sex, to her son, to law, and to hypnotism when she has nothing else in this time of martial law when Solidarity was banned.
No End
Author
1982, Poland. A translator loses her husband and becomes a victim of her own sorrow. She looks to sex, to her son, to law, and to hypnotism when she has nothing else in this time of martial law when Solidarity was banned.
Short Working Day
Writer
A dramatisation of the workers' protests in June 1976 in Radom, seen from the perspective of the local Secretary of the Polish United Workers' Party. [Produced in 1981, but not commercially released until 1996.]
Short Working Day
Director
A dramatisation of the workers' protests in June 1976 in Radom, seen from the perspective of the local Secretary of the Polish United Workers' Party. [Produced in 1981, but not commercially released until 1996.]
The Calm
Director
A young man in his twenties leaves prison after a three-year sentence. He wants to start a new life in a place where he is not known and dreams only of a job, a wife and a family. He succeeds partially in fulfilling these dreams, but then runs into a conflict on a construction job between the corrupt boss and fellow workers secretly planning a strike. He becomes a pawn in one camp while remaining true to his ideals in the other. Filmed in 1976 and shelved for five years.
The Calm
Screenplay
A young man in his twenties leaves prison after a three-year sentence. He wants to start a new life in a place where he is not known and dreams only of a job, a wife and a family. He succeeds partially in fulfilling these dreams, but then runs into a conflict on a construction job between the corrupt boss and fellow workers secretly planning a strike. He becomes a pawn in one camp while remaining true to his ideals in the other. Filmed in 1976 and shelved for five years.
Talking Heads
Director
People of different age, profession and social status answer two simple questions: who they are and what they want from life.
Railway Station
Director
Kieslowski’s later film Dworzec (Station, 1980) portrays the atmosphere at Central Station in Warsaw after the rush hour.
Talking Heads
Writer
People of different age, profession and social status answer two simple questions: who they are and what they want from life.
Camera Buff
Writer
Filip buys an 8mm movie camera when his first child is born. Because it's the first camera in town, he's named official photographer by the local Party boss. His horizons widen when he is sent to regional film festivals with his first works but his focus on movie making also leads to domestic strife and philosophical dilemmas.
Camera Buff
Director
Filip buys an 8mm movie camera when his first child is born. Because it's the first camera in town, he's named official photographer by the local Party boss. His horizons widen when he is sent to regional film festivals with his first works but his focus on movie making also leads to domestic strife and philosophical dilemmas.
Kartoteka
Director
A former partisan now 38 years old remembers his childhood in the war.
From a Night Porter's Point of View
Director
At the time of the Polish social regime, a security officer is promoted to work at a prison yard. Introducing concurrently with the narrator; he speaks of himself, his thoughts, his point of view.
Seven Women of Different Ages
Director
Each day of the week is represented by a ballerina beginning with a young child and ending with an older ballet teacher.
Seven Women of Different Ages
Writer
Each day of the week is represented by a ballerina beginning with a young child and ending with an older ballet teacher.
From a Night Porter's Point of View
Writer
At the time of the Polish social regime, a security officer is promoted to work at a prison yard. Introducing concurrently with the narrator; he speaks of himself, his thoughts, his point of view.
Hospital
Director
24 hours in the life of a hospital from the point of view of the doctors and nurses.
Hospital
Writer
24 hours in the life of a hospital from the point of view of the doctors and nurses.
I Don't Know
Director
The confession of a man who was the director of a factory in Lower Silesia. "He was a Party member but opposed to the Mafia-like organization of Party members which was active in that factory and region. Those people were stealing and debiting the factory account. He didn’t realize that people higher up were involved in the affair. And they finished him off.’ (Krzysztof Kieslowski)
I Don't Know
Writer
The confession of a man who was the director of a factory in Lower Silesia. "He was a Party member but opposed to the Mafia-like organization of Party members which was active in that factory and region. Those people were stealing and debiting the factory account. He didn’t realize that people higher up were involved in the affair. And they finished him off.’ (Krzysztof Kieslowski)
The Scar
Director
When a political decision is made as to the location of a new large chemical factory, Stefan Bednarz is put in charge of it. This honest communist party man has to confront the local community opposing the construction.
The Scar
Dialogue
When a political decision is made as to the location of a new large chemical factory, Stefan Bednarz is put in charge of it. This honest communist party man has to confront the local community opposing the construction.
The Scar
Writer
When a political decision is made as to the location of a new large chemical factory, Stefan Bednarz is put in charge of it. This honest communist party man has to confront the local community opposing the construction.
Personnel
Writer
Romek, an idealistc 19-year-old boy, takes a job as a tailor in the costume department of a Warsaw theater company where his new colleague, Sowa, is pressured to make a costume for an overbearing soloist.
Personnel
Director
Romek, an idealistc 19-year-old boy, takes a job as a tailor in the costume department of a Warsaw theater company where his new colleague, Sowa, is pressured to make a costume for an overbearing soloist.
Slate
Writer
A short making-of from the set of Kieslowski's feature film "Blizna", which uses a lot the word "Action!" and the slate.
Slate
Director
A short making-of from the set of Kieslowski's feature film "Blizna", which uses a lot the word "Action!" and the slate.
Curriculum Vitae
Writer
A communist party control committee interrogates a worker and party activist who is to be excluded from the party.
Curriculum Vitae
Director
A communist party control committee interrogates a worker and party activist who is to be excluded from the party.
Legend
Director
"Legenda" is a document about a famous polish writer Stefan Żeromski. It serves as an interview with people who knew the artist.
Legend
Krzysztof Kieślowski
"Legenda" is a document about a famous polish writer Stefan Żeromski. It serves as an interview with people who knew the artist.
First Love
Director
After the doctor's refusal to perform abortion on a 17-year old girl, she and her boyfriend have to cope with the new situation. They both need to learn to take responsibility for their decisions, in spite of numerous hardships facing them.
First Love
Writer
After the doctor's refusal to perform abortion on a 17-year old girl, she and her boyfriend have to cope with the new situation. They both need to learn to take responsibility for their decisions, in spite of numerous hardships facing them.
Pedestrian Subway
Writer
A school teacher from a small town in Poland comes to Warsaw to see his estranged wife, a window dresser, in the hope that she will return to him rather than give him a divorce.
Pedestrian Subway
Director
A school teacher from a small town in Poland comes to Warsaw to see his estranged wife, a window dresser, in the hope that she will return to him rather than give him a divorce.
X-Ray
Director
Patients with serious lung diseases, who are now in a sanatorium, tell us about their thoughts and feelings.
The Bricklayer
Director
Krzysztof Kieslowski's protagonist is Joseph Malesa, a former party activist, labor leader and mason. The document talks about his career and life through ups and downs
The Bricklayer
Writer
Krzysztof Kieslowski's protagonist is Joseph Malesa, a former party activist, labor leader and mason. The document talks about his career and life through ups and downs
Between Wroclaw and Zielona Góra
Director
A commissioned film about the Lubin copper mine.
The Principles of Safety and Hygiene in a Copper Mine
Director
Commissioned film about the conditions of safety and hygiene in the Lubin copper mine.
Refrain
Director
One of the first documentary films of Krzysztof Kieslowski. It is a story about everyday life funeral in the 70s
Refrain
Writer
One of the first documentary films of Krzysztof Kieslowski. It is a story about everyday life funeral in the 70s
I Was a Soldier
Director
A group of veterans recount a horrifying experience when trapped in a minefield, resulting in each losing their sight.
Factory
Director
A documentary revolving around the Polish situation on an industrial level at the tail-end of the 1960s: it alternates between stark images at a metallurgic foundry and a board-room meeting among the various executives involved in its management.
Workers '71: Nothing About Us Without Us
Director
Robotnicy - Nic o nas bez nas tells a story about Gdańsk Shipyard and its workers after so called Grudzień 1970 (1970 protests). After those events Edward Gierek replaced Władysław Gomułka as party first secretary and promised redical change in style and methods of ruling. Kieślowski shows the skepticism of workers and their attitude to party members. He also pictures conflicts inside the party (PZPR) and usual work in shipyard. The political criticism of this movie made it a target of censorship – it was suspended and cut against the will of director.
Before the Rally
Director
Ten days of preparation for the Monte Carlo rally. The two Polish drivers battle with the technical shortcomings of the Polish Fiat 125 and overwhelming bureaucracy. They did not finish the race. An allegory of the country's industrial and economic problems.
From the City of Lodz
Director
This documentary explores the changing faces of the old Polish city of Lodz, and how its modernization, both physically and culturally, affects the older, more conservative residents, many of whom lived through World War II and are confused and somewhat resentful at the changes they're seeing.
From the City of Lodz
Writer
This documentary explores the changing faces of the old Polish city of Lodz, and how its modernization, both physically and culturally, affects the older, more conservative residents, many of whom lived through World War II and are confused and somewhat resentful at the changes they're seeing.
The Photograph
Director
After looking at a photograph from the end of World War II of two young boys holding guns, celebrating the liberation of Warsaw, a documentarian for Polish television tries to find the boys and discover how their lives have went.
Concert of Requests
Director
A young couple leave a lake campsite on motorbike at the same time as a bus full of youths. The boy accidently loses a tent along the road which is picked up by those in the bus who offer a trade of the tent for his girl.
Concert of Requests
Writer
A young couple leave a lake campsite on motorbike at the same time as a bus full of youths. The boy accidently loses a tent along the road which is picked up by those in the bus who offer a trade of the tent for his girl.
The Face
The Artist
Portrait of an artist as a young manic. First, a montage of still photographs of an artist's face. Then motion. He stirs in sleep; he paints and expresses frustration. He looks for a light for his cigarette. He sketches, wads it up; makes tea; stares at his face in a mirror, then looks at canvas after canvas of self-portraits. (IMDb)
Tramway
Writer
A boy leaves a party and gets on a passenger tram. Aboard, he shyly watches a girl, who soon falls asleep.
Tramway
Director
A boy leaves a party and gets on a passenger tram. Aboard, he shyly watches a girl, who soon falls asleep.
The Office
Director
The insane government bureaucracy at a state pension window.
Three Colors
Director
Krzysztof Kieślowski's Three Colors Trilogy consists of the films Blue (1993), White (1994) and Red (1994).
Three Colors
Writer
Krzysztof Kieślowski's Three Colors Trilogy consists of the films Blue (1993), White (1994) and Red (1994).