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Re: Eastern European Cinema
« Reply #15 on: 17 Feb 2011 - 11:21 »

Sounds great. Will have to check that one out.

Anyone seen this guy's films - http://www.chazzforjazz.com/servlet/the-1119/Grzegorz-Krolikiewicz,-Masterpieces-of/Detail
Grzegorz Krolikiewicz?
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Re: Eastern European Cinema
« Reply #16 on: 17 Feb 2011 - 19:32 »

Haven't seen any Grzegorz Krolikiewicz, but there's some amazing stuff at the site - a box of early Zulawski movies, and version of Ferdydurke with Crispin Glover? Wow!
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Re: Eastern European Cinema
« Reply #17 on: 19 Feb 2011 - 10:16 »

The Savage Hunt of King Stakh is excellent, indeed!

If anyone is interested in Polish sci-fi, then a collection of four features called Pojechane w kosmos was released couple months ago:
http://merlin.pl/Pojechane-w-kosmos_Marek-Piestrak-Gottfried-Kolditz-Kurt-Maetzig/browse/product/2,826178.html

Includes:

MilczÄ…ca gwiazda / The Silent Star / First Spaceship on Venus (Kurt Maetzig, 1959)
Sygnały MMXX / Signals - An Adventure in Space (Gottfried Kolditz, 1970)
Test Pilota Pirxa / Pilot Pirx's Inquest (Marek Piestrak, 1978)
Klątwa Doliny Węży / The Curse of Snakes Valley (Marek Piestrak, 1987)


Extra features include these two shorts:

Przyjaciel / The Friend (Marek Nowicki and Jerzy Stawicki, 1965)
Komputery / Computers (1967, Krzysztof Zanussi)


The films and even the extras have English subtitles.
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