director | screenwriter
Agata Trzebuchowska is a director and screenwriter. She graduated from University of Warsaw and Wajda Film School.
Agata played the title role in Pawel Pawlikowski’s film IDA, which won Poland's first Oscar in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
Her first short film called HEAT (co-created with Mateusz Pacewicz) premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2017. She also made the 30-minutes experimental drama called VACANCY (producer: Munk Studio), which was screened at many worldwide festivals, among others Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival, Krakow Film Festival, The Polish Film Festival. Agata also directs music videos.
Apart from film, Agata has some experience in theatre. She wrote and directed a performative reading called ALICE ON VERGE in collaboration with feminist theatrical group called Polish Now. Recently she made a video for Agnieszka Glinska’s play THE HEARING TRUMPET.
She is developing two feature screenplays.