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 Theme: Genre Production in Socialist Cinemas
(Guest Editor: Jaromír Blažejovský)

 

Theme Articles

 

Editorial
[full text (CZ)]

 

Martin Kaňuch:

Laughter as a Weapon. Imagination in Satire and Slovak Film of the 1950s

 

Pavel Skopal:

On the Thin Ice of Co-productions. A Comparative Study of Generic Production at the Barrandov and DEFA Studios in the Mid-1960s – the Case of the Movie STRAŠNÁ ŽENA (1965)

 

Anna Batistová:

Fantasy-adventure or Utopian? "Sci-fi" in Czechoslovak Cinema Magazines of the 1960s

 

Radomír D. Kokeš:

Theorizing Genre Constitution and Fictional Worlds of Czech Sci-fi Comedies

 

Dejan Ognjanović:

In the Hills, the Horrors. Serbian Horror Film

 

Jaromír Blažejovský:

Borrowed Imagination. Tracing the Distribution of Genre Movies in Nationalized Film Industries
[full text (CZ)]

 

Interview

 

Mircea Dan Duţă:

We Were Not Excited about Genre Film. Interview with Viorica Bucur
[full text (CZ)]

 

Ad Fontes

Jarmila Hurtová:

The Cartel of Film Importers (1935–1938)

 

Projects

 

Lukáš Skupa:

Czech Cinema and Censorship 1962–1970. The Case of Barrandov Studio

 

Appendix

 

Recent Acquisitions of the NFA Library

 

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