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The title Arizona stands for the name of the cheapest wine which, for people like the heroes of the film, is the only way to escape reality. Biographical documentary films about famous figures – politicians, scientists, artists, which are particularly eagerly screened by television and which frequently have a considerable educational value constitute yet another group of documentary films. However, his films tend to include emotional political statements rather than objective proofs provided by a historian. For instance, when documentaries about prisoners and criminals came into fashion in the mid-decade most of the films were dominated by the latter aspect. The 89 Millimeters used in the title represents a difference between the width of rails in Europe and former Soviet Union. Discussion with reality Specifics of Polish documentaries Return to democratic normality Lozinski’s school Fidyk’s school Historical documentaries Biographies. This generation was represented, apart from the author of the Decalogue , by Marcel Lozinski , Marek Piwowski , Wojciech Wiszniewski, and a little older Irena Kamienska and Bogdan Kosinski, who took upon themselves to “describe the world” they were living in, conveying all its roughness, fun and hidden beauty. About fine arts artists:

Pologne jamais vue a l’ouest , confronting an official, propagandist portrait of the Polish People’s Republic as shown in the Polish Film Reel Polska Kronika Filmowa with stories recounted by four political opposition activists. However, his films tend to include emotional political statements rather than objective proofs provided by a historian. Polish documentaries owe their very good standing largely to their references to the tradition. The 89 Millimeters used in the title represents a difference between the width of rails in Europe and former Soviet Union. This thrilling picture of everyday life led by two men, a father and son, bed-ridden as a result of an illness and sharing one room impels viewers to pose themselves a fundamental question about the sense and purpose of existence. The title Arizona stands for the name of the cheapest wine which, for people like the heroes of the film, is the only way to escape reality. We are not only thinking of documentaries produced in the Documentary Film Department under Fidyk’s leadership. At the outset of their careers in film industry most Polish directors made documentaries; this was the case with Wojciech Has , Andrzej Wajda , Andrzej Munk , Krzysztof Kieslowski.

Kazimierz Karabasz, the classic figure of Polish documentaries still keeps making films.

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Lozinski’s school The first of the schools to be presented was named after the decade’s most distinguished documentary maker Marcel Lozinski born inKrzysztof Kieslowski’s peer and, at the same time, a film maker descending from a similar tradition and similar aesthetic assumptions; the only difference 55 that he has never abandoned documentary films. This return provides Lozinski with an opportunity to take up the topic that has aroused his interest for long: Until the 80s documentary films in Poland had been treated as a kind of “additions” preceding feature films screened in cinemas; they competed with them in the aesthetic category – and, more often than not, they competed successfully.

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Most of them returned to their fatherland in the 70s and now, split between the two cultures, they feel homesick. This was the subject of two films made in by Wincenty Ronisz: Other onnline followed in Fidyk’s footsteps and looked for their topics in other cultures or at the junction of cultures.

Similar 55 the western model, nearly all Polish documentaries were produced by private producers and were designed for TV screening. Polish documentaries owe their very good standing largely to their references to the tradition. For the Fidyk’s school, however, everyday life is less interesting. Some people claim that this film surpasses the acceptable ethical limits.

A considerable growth in the popularity of Polish documentaries dates back to the summer of when Andrzej Fidyk born in was appointed the Head of Documentary Film Department in the first channel of Polish Television.

They were among the films attracting most interest but, at the same time, they aroused most controversy and provoked most disputes. On the other hand, the former hierarchy of values which places documentary films within the onlinf of Arts rather than of journalism and propaganda and which submits them to evaluation in aesthetic terms still prevails.

The prevailing majority of today’s viewers have become bored with fictitious stories; they are thrilled by observing real events that take place before filk eyes.

It took the director zxbijaj year to complete A Just So Story while the shooting of Sisters did not exceed one hour; what is important is that zabijau both these films the director let the viewer feel, through contact with real heroes, the essence of life and irreversibility of the passage of time. Several valuable films exist about film-makers.

The first of the schools to be presented was named after the decade’s most distinguished documentary maker Marcel Lozinski born inKrzysztof Kieslowski’s peer and, at the same time, a film maker descending from a similar tradition and similar aesthetic assumptions; the only difference being that he has never abandoned documentary films.

About fine arts artists: It was largely due to the fact that the issues discussed – new areas of poverty, dire conditions of living of the poorest people who could not cope with life in capitalism, growth of crime rate, alcohol abuse, drug-addiction being, on the one hand, important and painful, were also on the other hand extremely attractive from the point of view of the media. This thrilling picture of everyday life led by two men, a father and son, bed-ridden as a result of an illness and sharing one room impels viewers to pose themselves a fundamental question about the sense and purpose of existence.

The second trend of contemporary documentary film also focuses its attention on contemporary times, and the present changes in customs and morals. The important thing about both of these schools is that they focus on contemporary times, on observing changes in today’s morality and evolution of awareness of present day people.

The popularity of similar series, quite new in the entire world, seems to result from ne age-long need to pry into other people’s lives. Bosak sensitized his students to the social role that documentary makers adopt, to the significance of the subject, to the distinct opinion of the author as onlihe as to the “pars pro toto” priciple – the author should get insight into more general, universal phenomena by a meticulous observation of a selected fragment of the world.

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This film can be placed on the border-line between a documentary and a feature film, yet it is close to Lozinski’s concept onlibe a documentary, the difference being that it is “reinforced” with a starting point typical of feature films. Then, after when the democratic system was restored in Poland, or even much earlier – after the year when the law on cinematography came into force allowing for films to be made by private producers, the changes that documentaries underwent were of a different nature.

A few generations of Polish film-makers went through a similar “school of documentary”. In a fascinating way the film registers the showy ceremonial of totalitarianism, yet with a dispassionate objectivism of an impartial observer. Martial law imposed by communist authorities in restrained the production of documentaries for some time.

It is not by coincidence that a most recent success of that trend in Poland is linked to the name of a very efficient and dynamic TV manager. They were typical of a country where, after four decades of real socialism and its inherent censorship, various democratic institutions were being restored in all spheres of life at an accelerated rate.

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Polish cinema screens were dominated by American films. Discussion with reality Specifics of Polish documentaries Return to democratic normality Lozinski’s school The Fidyk’s school Historical documentaries Biographies.

In onkine Polish People’s Republic this topic was completely banned. For instance, when documentaries ohline prisoners and criminals came into fashion in the mid-decade most of the films were dominated by the latter aspect. It is not exactly the portrayal of these people that counts most here but the sense of participating in life. Among numerous followers of Lozinski’s attitude towards documentaries the one definitely worthy of mentioning is Pawel Lozinski born inthe director’s son who, capturing everyday life on film has achieved exceptionally valuable results over the last decade.

The other extreme of the new social structure – that is people who are enjoying prosperity in capitalism – has also become the focus of film-makers’ interest. Films belonging to that trend are perceived as a creative evolution of the Karabasz school; the author’s main focus of interest lies in the everyday life of ordinary people; when observing them it is not sensation he is searching for but the essence fil the matter, the mystery.