Ewa Puszczynska


Ewa was born and raised in Lodz in Poland. She started her professional life working for one of the most famous Polish puppet theatres, Arlekin, as a literature researcher, playwright, editor and advisor. In 1993, she translated In my Grandmother’s Purse by Eric Bass, an American puppeteer, and was an assistant director to Eric when he was directing his play in Arlekin. Since 1995, she has been working for Opus Film, an independent film production company in Poland and has been managing project development and execution since. Ewa was producing David Lynch’s photo sessions in Poland and was line producer of the Polish part of his Inland Empire. She is a speaker at the Film School in Lodz and the Andrzej Wajda Film School in Warsaw, at the MAIA and SOFA workshops. She is a Member of PFA and EFA. Her very recent credits as a producer are: Ida, written and directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, The Congress written and directed by Ari Folman, Aglaja, written and directed by Krisztina Deak and King of Devil’s Island directed by Marius Holst.