Maciek Bochniak

Maciek Bochniak

Maciek Bochniak

Born in the 80’. Film director and script writer (graduate of Script Faculty in Lodz Film School). Director of feature film "Disco Polo", that in less then six weeks reached 850.000 box office, receiving Janusz Morgenstern award for the most promising debut.

Maciek is also the author of acclaimed documentary "One Billion Happy People" (produced for HBO), based on Bayer Full disco polo band adventures in China. He made his feature debut with "I Love You So Much" (2009) and a documentary one with "The Part" (2011), as part of The Munk Studio programme – First Documentary.

He is co-author of feature film "The Room" that received many outstanding awards, also for the best independent film during 37th Gdynia Film Festival. "Polish Journal" ("Dziennik Polski") chose it to be one of Top 10 films of 2012. He is also director of TV series "Belfer". His documentary "Ethiopiques – The

Revolt of Soul" was selected for IDFA.
The latest film directed by Maciek, "Magnesium", is a mixture of crime, western and black comedy. It was the only Polish film to be included in the Main Competition of the Warsaw Film Festival and was honored at the 45th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia

with four awards, including Golden Claw in the "Different Look" category. He directed the first season of the Polish edition of the cult comedy series "The Office".
Maciek is keen on writing scripts, making commercials and music videos.




Agent: Agnieszka Wieczorkowska

M: +48 502 200 113 |


Agnieszka Wieczorkowska
+48 502 200 113