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‘Tereska’ wins five Eagles

'Weiser,' 'Vadis' each take three Polish 'Oscars'

WARSAW — Robert Glinski’s “Hi, Tereska” won five Eagles at the Polish version of the Oscars at the Royal Castle in Warsaw March 9.

The pic – which previously won the grand prix at the Polish Film Festival and the special prize at Karlove Vary – took best film, director, screenplay, as well as actor for Zbigniew Zamachowski. It also received the people’s choice award.

Meanwhile, three Eagles each were awarded to Wojciech Marczewski’s “Weiser” and Jerzy Kawalerowicz’s “Quo Vadis.”

Director-scribe Tadeusz Konwicki received an honorary nod for his career. Special prizes went to helmer Agnieszka Holland and Slawomir Idziak – Oscar nominee for cinematography for “Black Hawk Down.”

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