Cisza'' (Silence'') is a 2001 Polish film directed by Michal Rosa from a screenplay by Rosa and Krzysztof Piesiewicz. Rosa was named best director for the film at the 2001 Polish Film Festival. Actress Kinga Preis won Best Actress at both the Polish Film Festival and the 2002 Polish Film Awards. The film was also nominated for Polish Film Awards for its cinematography and its score.
Cisza is one of several Polish films released in 2001 with a religious theme. According to Piesiewicz, Cisza was intended as the first of eight films intended to "synthesize the last 20 years of Polish history." The series was to be called Naznaczeni (Predestined).