andrzej wajda

Wajda

[vahy-duh]
noun
Andrzej [ahn-jey] , born 1926, Polish film director.
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Wajda (Polish ˈvajda)
 
n
Andrei or Andrzej (ˈandʒɛj). born 1926, Polish film director. His films include Ashes and Diamonds (1958), The Wedding (1972), Man of Iron (1980), Danton (1982), and Miss Nobody (1997)

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andrzej wajda

leading director in the "Polish film school," a group of highly talented individuals whose films brought international recognition to the Polish cinema during the 1950s.

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