By Antonín J. Liehm
First released in 1974, this e-book collects interviews with major Czechslovak filmmakers performed ordinarily among 1967 and 1969. This used to be a interval of massive upheaval starting with the assault of the Czechoslovak institution at the Union of Writers in 1967, carrying on with in the course of the liberalisation of the Prague Spring in January 1968 and ended with the Soviet invasion in August and next ‘Normalization’ approach in April 1969. It files the testimony of a number of generations of filmmakers and their makes an attempt to reply to the questions on the aim and which means of movie ahead of and through this era. This ebook could be of curiosity to scholars of movie and cultural history.
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