Polskie, czyli jakie? Kino polskie w oczach odbiorcy brytyjskiego (na wybranych przykładach z lat 2008-2018)
- Barbara Głębicka-Giza
The article aims to show how contemporary Polish cinema has been received in “Sight&Sound” magazine post 2004, after Poland joined the EU. The author attempts to answer the following questions: has the British audience changed their perception of Polish cinema? Have the traits associated with the Polish Film School – the horrible experience of war, love of freedom, Polish romanticism focused on the individual, the truth (of the social kind, and free from constraining patterns), distinctive form, allusiveness and attachment to national symbols – been transformed in any way, and whether this has been reflected in articles published in “Sight&Sound”. The conclusion seems clear: there is little difference in how British audiences perceive contemporary Polish cinema, as they still heavily associate it with the subject matter and the directors of the Polish Film School (Wajda, Kawalerowicz).
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- Panoptikum, ISSN 1730-7775
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- DOI:10.26881/pan.2019.21.07 opening in a new tab
- https://czasopisma.bg.ug.edu.pl/index.php/panoptikum/article/view/4174/3492 opening in a new tab
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