Marta Ścisłowicz

Information

Birth date: 1984

Born in Katowice, graduate of Faculty of Acting of the PWST National Academy of Theatre Arts.

Debuted at the Polish Theater in Wrocław, afterwards worked in the Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz for five seasons. Actually working in by the National Stary Theater in Kraków. Repeatedly awarded and recognized  for her theatrical performances (i.a. Main Actor’s Award at 54th Kalisz Theatre Meetings, Best Female Leading Role at the  6th International Theatre Festival “Divine Comedy”, the Award for the Best Actress in the plebiscite of the audience of the 20th International Festival of Pleasant and Unpleasant Plays in Łódź, Actor’s Award at the XXV Theater Festival in Opole „Polish Classics”).

Appeared in the feature films: Tomorrow We are Going to the Movies, GodsLetters to Santa, but also in various shorts and student’s etudes. Starring in Polish TV series such as „Firefighters” or „Doctors”.  

 

Education

Graduated from Lodz film School in 1995.

 

Awards

The Award for the Best Actress in the plebiscite of the audience of the XX International Festival of Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant in Łódź for the role of Catherine the Great in the play “Catherine the Great” – 2014.

The First Award for the role of Catherine the Great in the play “Catherine the Great” directed by Wiktor Rubin, produced by the Stefan Żeromski Theatre in Kielce at the 54th Kalisz Theatre Meetings – 2014.

The Award for the Best Female Leading Role in the play “Catherine the Great” at the 6th International Theatre Festival “Divine Comedy” for “generosity and charm which united the team and allowed the audience to experience an incredible theatre experiment. This performance redefines assumptions and principles behind the policy of the body, shedding new light on the issues of sexuality, identity and gender” – 2013.

Team awards for the authors of the play „Catherine the Great” – 2014
-Grand Prix at the Festival of Polish Modern Arts R@port
-The Audience Award “Broken Barrier” at the 25th International Theatre Festival “No Borders”
-The main award of the jury for the best performance at the 49th Small Theatre Forms Festival "Kontrapunkt"

Hieronim Konieczko Award for the best young generation actor of the Polish Theater in Bydgoszcz (awarded by the local office of Gazeta Wyborcza in Bydgoszcz) – award for the roles in Płatonow and Three Sisters - 2010.

The Distinction of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage at the 25th Festival of Theatre Schools in Łódź; for the role of Roxanne in the play Cyrano de Bergerac and for the role of Renee in Madame de Sade - 2007

 

Filmography

2018

Pardon, dir. Jan Jakub Kolski, (Halina Kolska)

Couch's doughter, dir. Łukasz Grzegorzek, (doctor)

Na Wspólnej, collective director, (Patrycja)

2017

O mnie się  nie martw, collective director as Beata Walicka-Zarzycka, Wiktor'a wife (tv series)

2016

Nazywam się Julita, dir. Filip Dzierżawski,as Julita ( shooting)

Druga szansa, dir. Michał Gazda, Łukasz Kośmicki, as psychotherapist (tv series),

Historia Roja, dir. Jerzy Zalewski, as "Sarna",

Blondynka, dir. Mirosław Gronowski,as Majka ( tv series)

2015 – 2016 - Strażacy, dir. Maciej Dejczer, as Magda Konarska (tv series), 

2015

Blondynka, dir. Mirosław Gronowski, as Majka (tv series),

M jak miłość, collective director, as Olga (tv series),

Nie rób scen, dir. Michał Rogalski, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz,  as Natalia Nowak,

O mnie się nie martw, collective director, as Beata Walicka, (tv series),

Prokurator, dir. Jacek Filipiak, Maciej Pieprzyca, as Marta Greń, (tv series),

Słaba płeć?, dir. Krzysztof Lang, as Translator,

 

2014

Blondynka, dir. Mirosław Gronowski, as Majka (tv series),

Gods, dir. Łukasz Palkowski, as Magda,

Whole Lotta Love, dir. Bartłomiej Kaczmarek, as Anka's friend,

Lekarze, collective director, as Marta Żelichowska, (tv series),

M jak miłość, collective director, as Olga (tv series),

City 44, dir. Jan Komasa, as woman from civil services,

O mnie się nie martw, collective director, as Beata Walicka, (tv series),

 

2013

Blondynka, dir. Mirosław Gronowski, as Majka (tv series),

Time of Honor, collective director , as Skowrońska, (tv series),

Lekarze, collective director, as Marta Żelichowska, (tv series) ,

Lekarze po godzinach, dir. Julia Kolberger, as Magda Żelichowska, (tv series),

M jak miłość, collective director, as Olga (tv series) ,

Takie życie, dir. Michał Węgrzyn, Romy Stępniewska, as Halina,

 

2012

Lekarze, collective director, as Marta Żelichowska, (tv series),

Ojciec Mateusz, collective director, as Blanka Jung, (tv series),

Reguły gry, dir. Bartłomiej Ignaciuk, as Karolina, (tv series),

 

2011

Józef K., dir. Aleksander Zalewski, as girl,

Linia życia, collective director, as Anna Grabowska, (tv series),

Letters to Santa, dir. Mitja Okorn, as Magda,

The A Side, dir. Jakub Pączek, as Ania,

2010 – 2011

Prosto w serce, collective director, as Natalia Poranek, (tv series),

 

2010

Usta Usta, collective director , as Ania, (tv series),

 

2009

Happy Aphonya, dir. Jan Jakub Kolski, as Estera,

Blondynka, dir. Mirosław Gronowski, as Majka, (tv series),

Przeznaczenie, dir. Mariusz Palej, as waitress, (tv series),

 

2008 - 2009

Niesamowite historie, dir. Maciej Wielowieyski, as Hanna Zabłocka, (tv series),

 

2008

Przesilenie, dir. Waldemar Krzystek, as Terri Scholes,

 

2007

Jutro idziemy do kina, dir. Michał Kwieciński, as Ania,

Kryminalni, collective director, as Magda, (tv series),

Na dobre i na złe, collective director, as Marysia Wasilczuk, (tv series),

Warszawianka, dir. Marcin Maziarzewski, as Basia,

 

2006

Na dobre i na złe, collective director, as Marysia Wasilczuk, (tv series),

We're All Christs, dir. Marek Koterski, drama cast,

2004 – 2016

Pierwsza miłość, collective director, as Franciszka Klimowicz, (tv series),