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[ecrea] KinoKultura: Special issue on Hungarian cinema

Thu Feb 14 22:23:56 GMT 2008

>The editors of KinoKultura announce the publication of a special issue on
>Hungarian Cinema, guest edited by Catherine Portuges
>The issue begins with an editorial on "Contemporary Perspectives on
>Hungarian Cinema" and includes:
>Susan Suleiman: "On Exile, Jewish Identity, and Filmmaking in Hungary: A
>Conversation with István Szabó"
>Catherine Portuges: "A Conversation with Gyula Gazdag"
>György Báron: "Dead Sea Scrolls: Hungarian Documentaries Before and After
>the Political Changes"
>John Cunningham: "Jenö Janovics and Transylvanian Silent Cinema"
>Kristian Feigelson: "The Labyrinth: A Strategy of Sensitive Experimentation,
>A Filmmaker of the Anonymous"
>David Frey: "'Why We Fight' Hungarian Style: War, Civil War, and the Red
>Menace in Hungarian Wartime Feature Film"
>Beverly James: "Character Subjectivities in Films about the 1956 Hungarian
>Revolution" András Bálint Kovács: "The World According to Béla Tarr"
>John Cunningham: Csaba Bollók's Iska's Journey (Iszka utazása), 2007 Peter
>Hames: Ágnes Kocsis's Fresh Air (Friss Levegö), 2006 Anikó Imre: Áron
>Gauder's The District (Nyóckér!), 2004 Steve Jobbitt: Nimród Antal's
>Kontroll (2003) - Subterranean Dreaming: Hungarian Fantasies of Integration
>and Redemption Ivan Sanders: Tainted Art: On István Szabó's Taking Sides
>(2001) Ivan Sanders: Oversexed, Overstuffed, Over the Top: György Pálfi's
>Taxidermia (2006)
>Vladimir Padunov and Birgit Beumers

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