David Korn-Brzoza is a renowned film director and screenwriter from Poland. Born in 1972, he is best known for his award-winning films such as "Fugue" (2009), "The Reverse" (2009), "The Last Family" (2016), and "The Art of Loving" (2017).
Korn-Brzoza began his career as a screenwriter in the mid-1990s, writing for a number of Polish television shows. He continued to write for television until his first feature film, "Fugue", was released in 2009. The film was highly praised by critics and won a number of awards, including Best Film at the Gdynia Film Festival and the Grand Prix at the Cottbus Film Festival. His next film, "The Reverse", was released in 2009 to similar critical acclaim.
In 2011, Korn-Brzoza released his third feature film, "The Last Family". The film was praised for its unique blend of fiction and documentary elements and was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. It won numerous awards, including Best Polish Film at the Gdynia Film Festival. His next film, "The Art of Loving", was released in 2017 and was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
Korn-Brzoza has been recognized for his contributions to film by a number of prestigious organizations, including the Polish Film Academy, which awarded him with the Best Director Award in 2015. He has also been awarded several honorary degrees from universities in Poland.
Korn-Brzoza continues to work as a director and screenwriter, and is currently in pre-production for his next film, "Bezimienni". His films have been praised for their unique and emotionally powerful storytelling, and he is considered to be one of the most important and influential directors in Poland today.