Finally. After 15 years, the return of a master. According to a Zulawski Facebook fan page, shooting is underway for Zulawski's first film since Fidelity (2000), based on Witold Gombrowicz's 1965 novel of the same name.
Synopsis from the same Facebook page:
Synopsis: Cosmos is a metaphysical noir thriller narrated by Witold, a seedy, pathetic, and witty student, who is charming and appalling by turns. On his way to a relaxing vacation he meets the despondent Fuks. As they set off together for a family-run pension in the Carpathian Mountains they discover a dead bird hanging from a string. Is this a strange but meaningless occurrence or is it the beginning of a string of bizarre events? As the young men become embroiled in the Chekhovian travails of the family running the pension, Grombrowicz creates a gripping narrative where the reader questions who is sane and who is safe?
IMDb page for the film.
This is huge! 15 years is a long time in between films but this material is tailor made for Zulawski. This will be a most welcome return! Contemporary cinema needs him.