Polish Oscars: 'Body' Named Best Film, 'Youth' Wins European Honor

'Youth'
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Jane Fonda stars as aging film star Brenda Morel in Paolo Sorrentino's Youth, in which she's seen first as a glamorous diva whose youthful appearance deteriorates. In an interview with Wymsee, costume designer Carlo Poggioli shared that Sorrentino wanted him to refer to Carroll Baker, Jayne Mansfield and Sophia Loren — "someone who can represent a big idea of a diva" — in creating Fonda's character.

Director Malgorzata Szumowska won a Silver Bear in Berlin last year for 'Body.'

Malgorzata Szumowska's Cia?o (Body) won the best film honor at Poland's Eagle Awards, the country's equivalent to the Oscars, in Warsaw late Monday.

After winning Szumowska the Silver Bear for best director at the Berlin Film Festival last year, the movie also earned Szumowska the best director Eagle.

Body's female lead Maja Ostaszewska picked up the best actress award during Monday's ceremony, and her partner Janusz Gajos won best actor. Overall, this gave the film four Eagles.

Paolo Sorrentino's Golden Globe- and Oscar-nominated film Youth was honored as the best European film at the Polish Oscars.

Anna Dymna and Wojciech Pszoniak won the best supporting actress and actor awards, respectively, for their roles in Janusz Majewski's Excentrycy, czyli po s?onecznej stronie ulicy (Eccentrics, or On the Sunny Side of the Street).

Poland's entry in this year's foreign-language Oscar race, Jerzy Skolimowski's 11 minut (11 Minutes), picked up only one award – for best editing.

Arkadiusz Tomiak collected the best cinematography statuette for his work on Krzysztof Lukaszewicz's Karbala.