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Since the 1970s, the works of film-makers from Eastern and East Central Europe - among them, Krzysztof Kie?lowski, B la Tarr, Istv n Szab, and Ji Menzel - have experienced an international upsurge in popularity. Charting the trends of the national cinemas of Poland, Hungary, and Yugoslavia, as well as the lesser-known industries of Serbia, Slovakia and Romania, this new vo...more
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Published January 8th 2012 by Intellect (UK) (first published August 15th 2011)
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Mike
This was a very good entry in the superlative "Directory of World Cinema" series.

Unlike the other DWC books I've read, this one looked at films from several nations, Poland, Yugoslavia, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. The first 2/3rds of the book looked at films from all four nations that fit into certain "genres" common in the region. The last third looked at key directors from each nation.

All the essays were clearly written and left you wanting to revisit or view for the first time the film in que...more
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