Marianna Bukowski is a director, producer and editor, working across documentaries, factual TV programmes and advertising.
Bukowski's first independent documentary feature film 'Portrait of a Soldier', tells the story of the bloodiest resistance battle of World War II - the Warsaw Uprising in 1944 - as seen through the experiences of a 17 year old girl soldier.
'Portrait of a Soldier' (58 min) is currently available to rent or buy on Amazon Video and Google Play. The film is also available on DVD and download from the distributor Journeyman Pictures.
Premiere TV broadcast on Polish national television (TVP1) in October 2015. For more information, please visit the "Portrait of a Soldier" section on this website.
For other history programmes and projects, including the 5-part TV documentary series 'Heroes of War: Poland' (History Channel UK) and the Tower of London installation / exhibit film 'Ravens', made for Historic Royal Palaces - Please visit "History / Factual TV" section.
As an award-winning creative, Bukowski's advertising work includes TV promotions for Channel4, BBC, Discovery, Viasat Broadcasting and A+E Networks / BSKYB. A selection of short-form / On-Air promotional work, can be found in "Broadcast Creative" section.
Cover interview "Portrait of a Director", Tydzien Polski (Polish Weekly) April 2016. Film reviews and interviews in press, radio and television (in both English and Polish language) can be found in the "Press / Media" section.
"A one-woman army at the frontline of cinema" Cooltura Magazine interview, September 2016.
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