Pawel Lozinski

is a director, scriptwriter, cameraman and producer of documentary and fiction films. Born in Warsaw in 1965. Graduate of the Directing Department at the Film School in Lodz. Nowadays lectures in documentary film direction at the National Film School in Lodz and Gdynia Film School. Author of more than 20 award-winning documentary films at international festivals. Winner of the prestigious awards of Bornholm, Paris, Leipzig and Сraсow festivals. His films “Sisters” and “Chemo” were the award winners of the international film festivel “Flahertiana” in 2000 and 2010 accordingly.


(selected filmography) Birthplace, 1992; The way it is, 1999; Sisters, 1999; Between the doors, 2004; Chemo, 2009; Father and son, 2013; You Have No Idea How Much I Love You, 2016.

You Have No Idea How Much I Love You (16+)

Poland, 2016, colour, 80 min.
Director: Pawel Lozinski
What does the word «love» really mean? During our lives, we often create bonds and ties with our close ones, which with time seem to us impossible to untangle. The film tells the story of the tragedy of two women, mother and daughter, bound together by a difficult, complicated feeling.


Silver Hobby Horse for the best documentary, 56 Cracow Film Festiwal, Poland 2016 Grand prix White Cobra – Man in Danger Film Fest, Lodz, Poland 2016 Festival dei Popoli – Gian Paolo Paoli Award to the Best Ethno – anthropological Film, Florence, Italy 2016.