Film na łamach londyńskiego „Dziennika Polskiego i Dziennika Żołnierza” w latach 1944–1989

Jolanta Chwastyk-Kowalczyk

Abstrakt


[Film on the pages of the London “Polish Daily and Soldier’s Daily” in years 1944–1989]

The article discusses the film-related issues presented on the pages of the London newspaper “Polish Daily and Soldier’s Daily” in years 1944-1989. Film was a regular theme in the newspaper, present in the columns: Calendar, From the film, Film, New films, On the silver screen, What’s on? On the screen, From the cinema, On the small screen, From the world of the film, Film chronicle, Polish films, On the screen, To the cinema! What’s on at the cinema? A week in London. It was also present in supplements: Literary Wednesday, Contours. The subject of film was also brought up by: Spectator, Tadeusz Wittlin, Konrad Tom, Jerzy Pietrkiewicz, Wacław Alfred Zbyszewski, Marek Święcicki, Karol Zbyszewski, Zygmunt Nowakowski, Wiesław Wohnout, Bolesław Sulik, Maciej Cybulski, Lesław Bobka, Zdzisław Broncel, Anna Wołek, Alina Perth-Grabowska, and Aleksander Blum. They described the propaganda film shows in different countries during the World War II, which were organized by the Ministry of Information and Documentation of the Polish government in exile; after the war, they wrote about the situation of the Polish film industry, in Poland and abroad, presented film reviews of Polish and foreign productions, reported from film festivals in Venice, Cannes and London, covered the current film offer of the British cinemas and the work of Polish and foreign actors and directors in the global film production, including the TV; they analyzed film adaptations of Polish novels and discussed the issue of film-makers’ collaboration with Germans during the war. The article recalls the initiative of the Polish emigrants in London (1978), who suggested producing a one-hour video on Pope John Paul II in Polish and English. The proposed title was This is a Man, the director was Howard Ross, and the text author was Bolesław Sulik. They also suggested creating a film archive ”independence” – emigration representatives in Great Britain.

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Dziennik Polski i Dziennik Żołnierza; Londyn; historia; czasopisma; 20 w.

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