The Officers Wife
THE OFFICER'S WIFE is a true story of murder, deportation and shocking cover-up.
That Uzarowicz has compiled testimony from survivors makes this important; that he weaves a complicated story with enough skill to make it understandable makes it compelling viewing.
Buffalo Art Voice
I watched with gripping intensity and outraged emotions.
Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski
Presents Katyn and its aftermath like no other film-it is deeply moving.
Alex Storozynski, Kosciuszko Foundation
Interweaving his own personal search into the story, which is so complex and "shrouded," he helps us understand the historical sequence of events and feel the very personal, human consequences upon generations of survivors. A beautiful film.
Mary Skinner, "In the Name of their Mothers"
It is personal, heart-wrenching and powerful in its impact about this heinous crime and subsequent cover-up. It is an important film for anyone interested in, not only the Katyn massacre, but the relationships between the major Allied forces in WW2.
Doug Jacobson, "Night of Flames"
Special Jury Prize - OKNO Film Festival
Audience Award for Best Film - Indie Gems Film Festival
Best Non-Fiction Film - Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival
Best Director - Indie Gems Film Festival
Camerimage Film Festival 2010
Chicago International Film Festival/Summer 2011
Ekran Toronto Film Festival 2011
Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival 2011
Indie Gems Film Festival 2012
Madison Polish Festival 2011
Niepokorni, Niezlomni, Wykleci, 2012
OKNO Film Festival, 2013
Rochester Film Festival 2012
Seattle Polish Film Festival 2011
Three Rivers Film Festival 2011
Twin Cities Film Festival 2012