Jacek Bromski is a film director, screenwriter, producer, President of Polish Filmmakers Association for over 20 years. He has transformed this Association into a powerful, integrative organization for the professional filmmaking community, being the most well-known and effective of its kind in Poland.
With Juliusz Machulski and Jacek Moczydlowski, he founded Zebra Film Studio, an independent filmmaking unit. He is also both a producer and artistic mentor for the debut films which are made by the Munk Studio, operating within the structures of the Polish Filmmakers Association. He headed the film community’s successful initiatives aimed at obtaining amendments to the Polish Copyright Law and introducing the Cinema Act of 2005. He is the founder of the Union of Audiovisual Authors and Producers (ZAPA), a collective management organization which operates within the structures of the Polish Filmmakers Association.
He sits on numerous expert committees and has collaborated with Polish and EU administrative bodies, such as the Culture and Media Committee, the Prime Minister’s Office, the European Committee of Culture and Education and the Office of the President of the Republic of Poland. In 2005 he received the Gold Gloria Artis Medal for Merit in Culture and in 2011, the President of Poland awarded him the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.