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Złota era węgierskiego kina. Lata 60. i 70. edited by R.Kardzis, J.Topolski

Złota era węgierskiego kina. Lata 60. i 70.,
edited by Robert Kardzis and Jan Topolski

Korporacja Ha!art i Stowarzyszenie Nowe Horyzonty,
Kraków-Warszawa 2009, Linia filmowa

The Golden age of Hungarian cinema in the 1960s and 1970s was an extraordinary time for cinema. Andrzej Werner describes a situation we can hardly imagine now: crowds of people going to see a film almost exclusively for its aesthetical value, without tempting advertisements or posters. Very often, there were simply no advertisements or posters. In the planned book the fascinating phenomenon of Hungarian films of those times is discussed by critics of the young and middle-aged generation: Lorant Stohr (about the documentary trend), Balazs Varga (about the Hungarian new wave of the 1960s and new generation of the 1970s), Gabor Gelencser (about the Hungarian original and creative cinema) and Gyorgy Baron (about the leading representative of the "golden age" of the Hungarian cinema - Miklos Janco). The critical essays are matched by two historical descriptions of how Hungarian cinema of the 1960s and 1970s was perceived in Poland and in the former Czechoslovakia, written by Andrzej Werner and Radim Valak.

price: 35 / 28 pln

Official premiere at the 9th IFF Era New Horizons

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