Allan Starski (Production Designer)
A hugely successful production designer in his native Poland, Allan Starski still resides in Warsaw from where he travels the world to lend his talents to International filmmakers.
In 1987 he got Emmy nomination for Escape from Sobibor art direction. In 1993 he designed the sets for Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List for which he was awarded a BAFTA nomination, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award and an Oscar for Best Production Design
In the past decade he has designed the sets for numerous international movies, the most notable being Danton ,Europa, Europa, Washington Square, the Polish film Pan Tadeusz for which he won the Polish "Eagle" Award, and The Pianist , Roman Polanski’s award-winning story of courage and survival in the Warsaw ghetto of World War II. His work on this production won him a French "Cesar" Award and another Polish "Eagle" Award.
His credits include Man of Marble and Korczak by Andrzej Wajda, Euro Trip, Oliver Twist and Young Hannibal.
Recently he did Art Direction to Fatih Akim international production The Cut