How to use Wajda in a sentence
“Wajda picked two hours from 70 years and he did it his way,” he said.
We do know Wajda's people were informed of the pending award—and leaked it to the Polish press, too.
Mikhalkov couldn't have been too happy about the "Russophobe" Wajda getting the nod for a film about Soviets killing Poles.
Giving it to the 84-year-old Wajda is a move as gallant as it is shocking.
British Dictionary definitions for Wajda
Andrei or Andrzej (ˈandʒɛj). born 1926, Polish film director. His films include Ashes and Diamonds (1958), The Wedding (1972), Man of Iron (1980), Danton (1982), Miss Nobody (1997), and Katyn (2007)