Andrzej Kondratiuk was born on July 20, 1936, in Pinsk, and died on June 22, 2016 in Warsaw.
He was a Polish film director, screenwriter, actor, and cinematographer.
He was a graduate from the National Film School in Łódź in 1963.
He made low-budget films, and, in scenarios, often used threads from his biography.
Andrzej regularly chose actors and individuals from the immediate surroundings, including amateurs.
A few selection of his films were created in Gzowo near Pułtusk.
Nonetheless, his films such as Wniebowzięci and Hydrozagadka, are classified as cult films and were often award-winning, they are not box office films.
Most of his previous films were short etudes.
Andrzej Kondratiuk was the older brother of film director Janusz Kondratiuk and was married to the actress Iga Cembrzyńska.
Andrzej Kondratiuk passed away at 79 years old.