Eastern European cinema is a diverse subject that has been scarcely regarded, especially compared to other world cinemas. From screen analysis to personal accounts, this blog is a meditation on Eastern European cultural values with emphasis on totalitarian iconography and other clandestine ciphers that have become motifs across the films of Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic and East Germany.
Monday, June 3, 2013
Visual Diary: Diary for My Children/ Napló gyermekeimnek (1984) Márta Mészáros
By Olivia Maria Hărşan Grand Prix Spécial du Jury at the Cannes Film Festival 1984. A story about Eastern Europe's Stalinist past, directed by Hungarian filmmaker Márta Mészáros.