The Other Sex of Polish Cinema. The Contribution of Female Filmmakers to Feature Film Production in the People’s Republic of Poland

  • Monika Talarczyk Leon Schiller National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź
Słowa kluczowe: women’s cinema, women’s studies, production culture, Polish film, production studies

Abstrakt

The paper is dedicated to the Polish female filmmakers – contributors to feature film production from the period 1945–1989 in the Polish state film industry. The theoretical framework is based on women’s studies and production studies. Author presents and comments on the numbers from the quantitative research, including credits of feature films production, divided into key positions: director, scriptwriter, cinematographer, music, editor, production manager, set designer and assistant director, costume designer. The results are presented in graphics and commented in 5 years blocs. The analysis leads to the conclusions describing the specificity of emancipation in socialist Poland in the area of creative work.

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2020-08-24
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Talarczyk, M. (2020). The Other Sex of Polish Cinema. The Contribution of Female Filmmakers to Feature Film Production in the People’s Republic of Poland. Panoptikum, (23), 24-42. https://doi.org/10.26881/pan.2020.23.02
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