Bite-sized blog post: Beata Pozniak Daniels


BEAT POZNIAK DANIELS began her career in the US as an actor in Oliver Stone’s JFK (1991) after working on several films in Poland and throughout Europe.

After moving to America she began directing and advocated for International Women’s Day to be recognized in the US.

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Where to watch her films:


Read more about her:


Her Website
Find her on Twitter
Find her on Facebook
Cult Machine Essay
The Huffington Post

FILMOGRAPHY (from imdb):

 2014People on the Bridge (Short)
 2013An Interview with Lech Walesa (Documentary short) (as Beata Pozniak)
 2009On Profiles in Courage (Documentary) (as Beata Pozniak)
 2002Mnemosyne (Short) (as Beata Pozniak)
 2001Roots (Documentary) (as Beata Pozniak)
 1998Women’s Day: The Making of a Bill (Documentary short) (as Beata Pozniak)

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