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Andrzej Fidyk
Andrzej Fidyk (born 1953) is a Polish documentary filmmaker and producer. His best-known work is his 1989 documentary Defilada (The Parade), which depicts the mass parades choreographed to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the "Democratic People's Republic of Korea" (North Korea) in 1988.

Initially, Fidyk planned to be an economist. During 1972 and 1977 he studied the foreign trade at the Central School of Planning and Statistics at the Warsaw School of Economics. After graduation, he worked at the Foreign Trade Bureau for two years.

He first started working for television in 1980, since when he has made over 40 documentary films shown primarily on Polish and British television. From 1991 to 1996 he worked for the BBC in the Music and Arts Department. Between 1996 and 2004 he was Head of Documentaries at Polish Television.





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