The Grand Prize Golden Lions of the 45th Polish Film Festival for best film went to Kill It and Leave This Town for director Mariusz Wilczyński and producers: Ewa Puszczyńska and Agnieszka Ścibior.
The Silver Lions award of the 45th Polish Film Festival for the film Sweat went to director Magnus von Horn and producer Mariusz Włodarski.
The Golden Claw award of the 45th Polish Film Festival in the “Visions Apart” category for the film Magnesium went to director Maciej Bochniak and producers: Leszek Bodzak and Aneta Hickinbotham.
Individual prizes were awarded to:
Magnus von Horn for directing the movie Sweat
Piotr Domalewski for the script for the film I Never Cry
Jan Holoubek for directing debut for the film 25 Years of Innocence
Michał Dymek for cinematography for the film Sweat
Hania Rani for the music to the film I Never Cry
Marek Warszewski for the set design for the film Magnesium
Franciszek Kozłowski for the sound in the film Kill It and Leave This Town
Agnieszka Glińska for editing the film Sweat
Waldemar Pokromski and Agnieszka Hodowana for make-up for the film Magnesium
Dorota Roqueplo for the costumes for the movie Magnesium
Aleksandra Konieczna for the supporting female role in the movie Sweat
Tomasz Włosok for the supporting male role in the film How I Became a Gangster. True story
Magdalena Koleśnik for the main female role in the movie Sweat
Piotr Trojan for the main male role in the film 25 years of innocence
Zofia Stafiej for her acting debut in the film I Never Cry
During the Award Ceremony and Closing Gala of the 45th PFF, the winners of the other two film competitions were also announced.
The award for the best film in the Microbudget Film Competition went to director Dawid Nickel for the film Love Tasting.
Lucjan Bokińca Award for the Best Film in the Short Film Competition went to director Olga Bołądź for the film Alice and the Frog.
Platinum Lions, awards for lifetime achievement funded by the Polish Filmmakers Association, were collected by directors Andrzej Barański and Feliks Falk.