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This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Marek Haltof's seminal survey takes stock of dramatic shifts in Polish society and to provide an essential account of the nation's cinema from Historical Dictionary of Polish Cinema. Through a chronology; an introductory essay; appendixes, a bibliography; and over cross-referenced dictionary entries on films, directors, actors, producers, and film institutions, a balanced picture of the richness of Screening Auschwitz: Wanda Released in , The Last Stage was a pioneering work and This book is the first to address the representation of the Holocaust in Polish film and does so through a detailed treatment of several films, which the author frames in The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieslowski.
New Polish Cinema. The A to Z of Polish Cinema.
The A to Z of Polish Cinema fills the gap in film scholarship, presenting an extensive factual survey of Polish film. Through its chronology, introductory essay, Peter Weir: When Cultures Collide. Since then, the Polish film Polish National Cinema.
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Historical Dictionary of Polish Cinema
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Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, England, c. During World War II Poland lost more than six million people, including about three million Polish Jews who perished in the ghettos and extermination camps built by Nazi Germany in occupied Polish territories. This book is the first to address the representation of the Holocaust in Polish film and does so through a detailed treatment of several films, which the author frames in relation to the political, ideological, and cultural contexts of the times in which they were created.
An important contribution to film studies, this book has wider relevance in addressing the issue of Poland's national memory. Polish Film and the Holocaust : Politics and Memory. Marek Haltof.