WORKSHOPS: THE FUNCTION OF THE IMAGE IN ANDRZEJ MUNK’S FEATURE FILMS. COOPERATION WITH CINEMATOGRAPHERS
The lecture will focus on the person and work of Andrzej Munk (1921-1961), an outstanding Polish film director, co-founder of the Polish Film School, whose 60th anniversary of death falls in 2021. There will be presented and discussed the function and importance of cinematography in Andrzej Munk’s feature films: “Blue Cross”, “Man on the Track”, “Eroica”, “Bad Luck” and “Passenger”, as well as his cooperation with cinematographers Romuald Kropat, Sergiusz Sprudin, Jerzy Wójcik and Krzysztof Winiewicz. The workshops will be held by PhD. Marcin Maron.
Workshops in Polish.
The workshops will be held online on the Zoom platform.
Those who want to participate, are asked to register first CLICK IF YOU WANT TO SIGN UP till 22.11 at 12:00.
Information needed for participation in classes will be sent on the emails given during the registration process.
PhD. Marcin Maron – works at the Department of Digital Media Art of the Institute of Fine Arts at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. He is a cinematographer, photographer (graduate of the Cinematography Department at the National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź), and film scholar ( habilitated at the Institute of Audiovisual Arts, Jagiellonian University in Krakow). He is interested in photography and Polish film history. He is the author of numerous publications, including a monograph on filmmaking – “The Drama of Time and Imagination. Films by Wojciech J. Has”. (Krakow 2010, nomination for the B.Michałek Award). Winner of the Award of the Committee of Arts Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences for outstanding scientific achievements in the field of arts (film studies).