Longue durée filmu dokumentalnego: początki,formacje, genealogie


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Musser, C. (2023). Longue durée filmu dokumentalnego: początki,formacje, genealogie. Panoptikum, (30), 140–173. Pobrano z https://czasopisma.bg.ug.edu.pl/index.php/panoptikum/article/view/10201