Visions of Avant-Garde Film: Polish Cinematic Experiments from Expressionism to Constructivism

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Bibliography

Polish Avant-Garde Filmography

Apteka (Franciszka and Stefan Themerson, 1930)

Bajdusine bohomazy albo Wesoła lekcja kaligrafii (Feliks Kuczkowski, 1917)

Beton (Janusz Maria Brzeski, 1933)

Burak cukrowy i sacharynki (Feliks Kuczkowski, 1929–1930)

Buty (Jerzy Gabryelski, 1934)

Calling Mr Smith (Franciszka and Stefan Themerson, 1943)

Drobiazg melodyjny (Franciszka and Stefan Themerson, 1933)

Dyrygent (Feliks Kuczkowski, 1922)

Dziś mamy bal (Jerzy Zarzycki and Tadeusz Kowalski, 1934)

Europa (Franciszka and Stefan Themerson, 1931–1932)

Eye and the Ear, The (Franciszka and Stefan Themerson, 1944–1945)

Flirt krzesełek (Feliks Kuczkowski, 1917)

Głazy (Feliks Kuczkowski, 1917)

Luneta ma dwa konce (Feliks Kuczkowski, 1917)

Or: Obliczenia rytmiczne (Jalu Kurek, 1933)

Przekroje (Janusz Maria Brzeski, 1931)

Przygoda człowieka poczciwego (Franciszka and Stefan Themerson, 1937)

Zwarcie (Franciszka and Stefan Themerson, 1935)


Reconstructions of Polish Avant-Garde Films and Scenarios

Europa II (Piotr Zarębski, 1988)

Moment Musical (Bruce Checefsky, 2008)

Kinefacture: Three Variations on Henryk Berlewi’s Mechanofacture of 1924 (Marcin Giżycki, 2012)

Or (Marcin Giżycki and Ignacy Szczepański, 1985)

Pharmacy (Bruce Checefsky, 2001)

Woman and Circles, A (Bruce Checefsky, 2004)


Other Early Polish Short Films

Cameraman’s Revenge, The (Władysław Starewicz, 1912)

Tale of the Fox, The (Władysław Starewicz, 1939)

Visit of President Faure in St Petersburg, The (Bolesław Matuszewski, 1898)

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