Polish National Cinema
In the years since World War II, Poland has developed one of Europe's most distinguished film cultures. However, in spite of the importance of Polish cinema this is a domain in need of systematic study.
This book is the first comprehensive study of Polish cinema from the end of the 19th century to the present. It provides not only an introduction to Polish cinema within a socio-political and economic context, but also to the complexities of East-Central European cinema and politics.
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Polish Cinema before the Introduction of Sound
The Sound Period of the 1930s
Polish FilmsWhose Dreams? Cinema and the Political
Socialist Realist Films
The Polish School Revisited
Adaptations Personal Style and Popular Cinema between
The Cinema of Distrust
The Return of Democracy