He also turned to sacred works. Works as such "Bogurodzica", "Angelus" and "Victoria" have become expressions of his deep religiosity. The composer said about their creation, “I think that I composed those works with a connection to religion because of a very personal need, linked anyway to circumstances. Religious affairs intertwined in some way with the affairs of the nation as well as some changes to my craftsmanship. I'm not a composer who has had a full set of religious pieces - Requiem, Passion, Magnificat, Masses for various occasions, Vespers. I don’t see myself, God forbid, as a religious composer, or a composer of religious music. I probably couldn’t become one, because participation in Mass always seems to me to be bliss, I don’t like ceremonial Masses.” („Cieszę się darem życia”, 1997).
Wojciech Kilar is also one of the greatest composers of film music. He has written music for over 140 films. He has collaborated with many directors, including with Andrzej Wajda, Kazimierz Kutz, Krzysztof Zanussi, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Roman Polański. He believed that “there is no contemporary person who would not have been many times in the cinema and who does not constantly watch movies, if not in the cinema, then through laziness on television or on video. In any case, it is the most common contemporary form of art. Film arouses interest through the diversity of media. Cinema is an invention of the twentieth century and part of the culture of the twentieth century ( „Cieszę się darem życia”, 1997). He was brought worldwide fame in 1992 when he wrote the music for the movie "Dracula" directed by Francis Ford Coppola.