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Drate, Spencer; Salavetz, Judith; Kehr, Dave; Sarowitz, Sam

Published by Harry N. Abrams (2004)

ISBN 10: 081099190X ISBN 13: 9780810991903

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About this Item: Harry N. Abrams, 2004. Large Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. A very nice copy. 2004 Large Softcover. 176 pp. Independent filmmakers have always challenged and inspired graphic designers, illustrators and photographers to showcase their movies in the most unique way. This is the first book devoted to showcasing their creative efforts, from the cult classic David Lynch's Eraserhead to the latest sensation, Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation. It will be of value to poster collectors, graphic designers, and, of course, all film lovers. More than one hundred internationally recognized directors are profiled - including Jim Jarmusch, Spike Lee, Quentin Tarantino, David Lynch, The Coen Brothers, Wim Wenders, Pedro Almodovar, Jean-Luc Godard, Lars von Trier, Peter Greenaway, Wong Kar Wai, and Takeshi Kitano, to name a few. Chosen based upon both their importance in the independent film movement and their visual excellence, this eclectic selection of posters includes previously unpublished designs from Poland, Spain, Japan, France, and elsewhere, all from the rich and diverse collection of the Posteritati Gallery in New York. The book also features a text by David Kehr, entertainment writer for The New York Times, which captures the creative excitement of independent films and their growing importance to the global cultural scene. Keywords: SPENCER DRATE JUDITH SALAVETZ DAVE KEHR SAM SAROWITZ INDEPENDENT MOVIE POSTER BOOK POSTERITATI GALLERY ENTERTAINMENT MOVIES FILM. Seller Inventory # 2202469

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Marek Hlasko

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ISBN 10: 087580697X ISBN 13: 9780875806976

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About this Item: Northern Illinois University Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 232 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 5.4in. x 0.7in.Marek Hlaskos literary autobiography is a vivid, first-hand account of the life of a young writer in 1950s Poland and a fascinating portrait of the ultimately short-lived rebel generation. Told in a voice suffused with grit and morbid humor, Hlaskos memoir was a classic of its time. In it he recounts his adventures and misadventures, moving swiftly from one tale to the next. Like many writers of his time, Hlasko also worked in screen writing, and his memoir provides a glimpse into just how markedly the medium of film affected him from his very earliest writing days. The memoir details his relationships with such giants of Polish culture as the filmmaker Roman Polanski and the novelist Jerzy Andrzejewski. Hlasko is the most prominent example of a writer who broke free from the Socialist-Realist formulae that dominated the literary scene in Poland since it fell under the influence of the Soviets. He made his literary debut in 1956 and immediately became a poster boy for Polish Literature. He subsequently worked at some of the most important newspapers and magazines for intellectual life in Warsaw. Hlasko was sent to Paris on an official mission in 1958, but when he published in an migr Parisian press his novel of life in post-War Poland, he was denied a renewal of his passport. In effect, he was called back to Poland, and when he refused to return he was stripped of his Polish citizenship. He spent the rest of his life working in exile. Marek Hlasko was a rebel whose writing and iconoclastic way of life became an inspiration to those of his generation and after. Here, in the first English translation of his literary memoir, Ross Ufberg deftly renders Hlaskos wry and passionate voice. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780875806976

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Leshek Zavistovski

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. In the winter of 1964, three weeks after defecting from Poland and the night after playing a flashy holiday performance with the Rockettes at Radio City, Leshek Zavistovski was arrested and faced deportation to a gulag. His troubles started, however, long before he was a fugitive cellist behind bars. As a four-year-old child he was abandoned in a remote Polish village, kidnapped, and swept into the advancing Red Army. Thus his perils began. Children and Fish Don t Talk is more than Leshek s dramatic story. He recounts in thrilling detail his father s defiance against the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising, the ghastly deeds of Cossacks and the Soviet KGB, the hilarious antics of a foreigner at the height of McCarthyism, the vibrant world of the Metropolitan Opera in the 1960s, his elderly mother s foxy attempt to crush the Iron Curtain with homemade posters and glue, and numerous encounters with Polish sausage. It is a breathtaking tale of survival, taking readers from the poverty of post-war Poland to the lavish dinner tables of America s rich and famous, an adventure as harrowing as it is funny. And that s because it s true. Cellist and sculptor Leshek Zavistovski was born in Warsaw, Poland on the eve of World War II and became the youngest member of the Warsaw National Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Monique Zavistovski is a filmmaker raised on the edge of the Sleepy Hollow woods. Her work has won awards worldwide, including at Sundance and the Emmys. Fulbright scholar and violinist Toni Rapport Zavistovski recorded for Warsaw Radio with Wladyslaw Szpilman, the subject of Roman Polanski s Oscar-winning film The Pianist, and was Assistant Principal Violin of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Index, Glossary, Bibliography. Seller Inventory # APC9780865349582

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Leshek Zavistovski

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In the winter of 1964, three weeks after defecting from Poland and the night after playing a flashy holiday performance with the Rockettes at Radio City, Leshek Zavistovski was arrested and faced deportation to a gulag. His troubles started, however, long before he was a fugitive cellist behind bars. As a four-year-old child he was abandoned in a remote Polish village, kidnapped, and swept into the advancing Red Army. Thus his perils began. Children and Fish Don t Talk is more than Leshek s dramatic story. He recounts in thrilling detail his father s defiance against the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising, the ghastly deeds of Cossacks and the Soviet KGB, the hilarious antics of a foreigner at the height of McCarthyism, the vibrant world of the Metropolitan Opera in the 1960s, his elderly mother s foxy attempt to crush the Iron Curtain with homemade posters and glue, and numerous encounters with Polish sausage. It is a breathtaking tale of survival, taking readers from the poverty of post-war Poland to the lavish dinner tables of America s rich and famous, an adventure as harrowing as it is funny. And that s because it s true. Cellist and sculptor Leshek Zavistovski was born in Warsaw, Poland on the eve of World War II and became the youngest member of the Warsaw National Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Monique Zavistovski is a filmmaker raised on the edge of the Sleepy Hollow woods. Her work has won awards worldwide, including at Sundance and the Emmys. Fulbright scholar and violinist Toni Rapport Zavistovski recorded for Warsaw Radio with Wladyslaw Szpilman, the subject of Roman Polanski s Oscar-winning film The Pianist, and was Assistant Principal Violin of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Index, Glossary, Bibliography. Seller Inventory # APC9780865349582

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Brumlik, Micha; Ronny Loewy

Published by Frankfurt; Deutsches Filmmuseum (1982)

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About this Item: Frankfurt; Deutsches Filmmuseum, 1982. Paperback. Original Wraps. 8vo. 120 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In German. Errata slip inserted. With 14 pages of black and white plates, film stills and film posters. Contents: Zwei Welten, ein Kino / Ronny Loewy - Auf halbem Weg zum Engel des Vergessens / Gertrud Koch - A naje welt : judische Westemigration und jiddisches Kino / Detlev Claussen - Misrach un marew : zu den jiddischen Filmen Edgar G. Ulmers und Joseph Greens - Von der mame zur Pflugschar : zum jiddisch-hebra? Ischen Sprachenstreit / Dan Diner - Das schtetl, Heimat der Luftmenschen / Micha Brumlik - Di jidische mischpoche / Cilly Kugelmann - Bruxelles transit / Christiane Habich. Subjects: Motion pictures, Yiddish - History. Motion pictures, Yiddish. Jiddisch. Filmkunst. OCLC lists 17 physical holdings. Light wear to wraps, overall clean and fresh. Very good condition. (YID-21-21). Seller Inventory # 35315

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BERLIK, John (editor)

Published by Orchard Lake, Michigan: The Orchard Lake Schools (1970)

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About this Item: Orchard Lake, Michigan: The Orchard Lake Schools, 1970. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. First edition. Square octavo. Saddlestapled, illustrated wrappers; 54 pp.; illus. This Research Project by the Eagle Yearbook and by the Senior Class of Saint Mary's College "hopes to encourage an interest in the cultural contributions of the Polish nation for America and for the world at large." Includes Polish contributions to film, theater, painting, poster art, sculpture, and music. With bibliography and index. A scarce title in Near Fine condition. Seller Inventory # 01816

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Nahshon, Edna:

Published by Berg; Oxford; NY,

ISBN 10: 1847880509 ISBN 13: 9781847880505

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About this Item: Berg; Oxford; NY, Condition: Sehr gut. VII; 226 S.; Abb.; 8°; kart. Sehr gutes Ex. - Jews and Shoes - Edna Nahshon - PART I: RELIGION AND THE BIBLE - The Biblical Shoe - Eschewing Footwear: The Call of Moses As Biblical Archetype - Ora Horn Prouser - The Halitzah Shoe - Between Female Subjugation and Symbolic Emasculation - Catherine Hezser - The Tombstone Shoe - Shoe-Shaped Tombstones in Jewish Cemeteries in the Ukraine - Rivka Parciack - The Israeli Shoe - Biblical Sandals and Native Israeli Identity - Orna Ben-Meir - PART II: MEMORIES AND COMMEMORATION - The Shtetl Shoe - How to Make a Shoe Mayer Kirshenblatt and Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett - The Folkloristic Shoe - Shoes and Shoemakers in Yiddish Language and Folklore - Robert A. Rothstein - The Holocaust Shoe - Untying Memory: Shoes as Holocaust Memorial Experience - Jeffrey Feldman - PART Ml: IDEOLOGY AND ECONOMICS - The Wanderer's Shoe - The Cobbler's Penalty: The Wandering Jew in Search of Salvation - Shelly Zer-Zion - The Equalizing Shoe - Shoes As a Symbol of Equality in the Jewish Society in Palestine during the First Half of the Twentieth Century - Ayala Raz - PART IV: THEATRE, ART, AND FILM - The Fetishist's Shoe - "Poems of Pedal Atrocity": Sexuality, Ethnicity, and Religion in the Art of Bruno Schulz - Andrew Ingall - The Artist's Shoe - Digging into the Jewish Roots of Shoe-Field - Sonya Rapoport - The Theatrical Shoe - The Utterance of Shoemaking: Cobblers on the Israeli Stage - Dorit Yerushalmi - The Cinematic Shoe - Ernst Lubitsch's East European "Touch" in Pinkus's Shoe Palace - Jeanette R. Malkin. // Abbildungen: Statuette of Polish Jewish shoemaker - High Priest in ceremonial garb - Indian-Jewish family - North African woman's shoes - North African Beit Midrash - Reading Lamentations, The Rothschild Mahzor - Nechama Golan, sandal - Yemenite Jews on their way to Israel - Yosl Bergner, shoe from Lost Shoes series - Yosl Bergner. Shoe from Lost Shoes series - Issachar-Ber Rybak, poster - Postcard image of shoemaker's workshop - Emblem of the Jewish shoemakers guild of Prague - The shoemakers' synagogue in Birze, Lithuania - The marketplace in Kazimierz, Poland - Boy in shoemaker's apartment, Lithuania - Itinerant cobbler in New York's Lower East Side - Hirsh Lekert, portrait - Shoe factory in Kiev named after Hirsh Lekert - 'Shoes on the Danube Bank' memorial in Budapest - Title page of 1712 Passover Haggadah - Halitzah ceremony - Halitzah shoe - Cemetery with shoe-shaped tombstones - Shoe-shaped tombstone - Map of cemeteries with shoe-shaped tombstones - Native Israeli sandals - Kibbutz members at work - Memorial monument at kibbutz Negba - 'Bar-Mitzva Wish,' caricature - Settler with Isareli flag. ISBN 9781847880505 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Seller Inventory # 1043690

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Ratajczak, Michael, Ed

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About this Item: Orchard Lake, MI. Paperback. 1970 Softcover, 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, bibliography, index, 54 pp, illustrated with photos. A reprint from the 1970 Eagle Yearbook of the Center for Polish Studies and Culture. Near fine. Rubbed along edges, 1/4 inch tan stain upper right corner of textbnlock, o/w tight, clean, unmarked and probably never read. A survey of prominent artists and their works in film, theater, painting, poster art, sculpture and music in post World War II Poland. Hard to find title. Seller Inventory # 32243

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Leshek Zavistovski

Published by Sunstone Press, United States (2013)

ISBN 10: 0865349576 ISBN 13: 9780865349575

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. In the winter of 1964, three weeks after defecting from Poland and the night after playing a flashy holiday performance with the Rockettes at Radio City, Leshek Zavistovski was arrested and faced deportation to a gulag. His troubles started, however, long before he was a fugitive cellist behind bars. As a four-year-old child he was abandoned in a remote Polish village, kidnapped, and swept into the advancing Red Army. Thus his perils began. Children and Fish Don t Talk is more than Leshek s dramatic story. He recounts in thrilling detail his father s defiance against the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising, the ghastly deeds of Cossacks and the Soviet KGB, the hilarious antics of a foreigner at the height of McCarthyism, the vibrant world of the Metropolitan Opera in the 1960s, his elderly mother s foxy attempt to crush the Iron Curtain with homemade posters and glue, and numerous encounters with Polish sausage. It is a breathtaking tale of survival, taking readers from the poverty of post-war Poland to the lavish dinner tables of America s rich and famous, an adventure as harrowing as it is funny. And that s because it s true. Cellist and sculptor Leshek Zavistovski was born in Warsaw, Poland on the eve of World War II and became the youngest member of the Warsaw National Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Monique Zavistovski is a filmmaker raised on the edge of the Sleepy Hollow woods. Her work has won awards worldwide, including at Sundance and the Emmys. Fulbright scholar and violinist Toni Rapport Zavistovski recorded for Warsaw Radio with W?adys?aw Szpilman, the subject of Roman Polanski s Oscar-winning film The Pianist, and was Assistant Principal Violin of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Index, Glossary, Bibliography. Seller Inventory # APC9780865349575

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Leshek Zavistovski

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In the winter of 1964, three weeks after defecting from Poland and the night after playing a flashy holiday performance with the Rockettes at Radio City, Leshek Zavistovski was arrested and faced deportation to a gulag. His troubles started, however, long before he was a fugitive cellist behind bars. As a four-year-old child he was abandoned in a remote Polish village, kidnapped, and swept into the advancing Red Army. Thus his perils began. Children and Fish Don t Talk is more than Leshek s dramatic story. He recounts in thrilling detail his father s defiance against the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising, the ghastly deeds of Cossacks and the Soviet KGB, the hilarious antics of a foreigner at the height of McCarthyism, the vibrant world of the Metropolitan Opera in the 1960s, his elderly mother s foxy attempt to crush the Iron Curtain with homemade posters and glue, and numerous encounters with Polish sausage. It is a breathtaking tale of survival, taking readers from the poverty of post-war Poland to the lavish dinner tables of America s rich and famous, an adventure as harrowing as it is funny. And that s because it s true. Cellist and sculptor Leshek Zavistovski was born in Warsaw, Poland on the eve of World War II and became the youngest member of the Warsaw National Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Monique Zavistovski is a filmmaker raised on the edge of the Sleepy Hollow woods. Her work has won awards worldwide, including at Sundance and the Emmys. Fulbright scholar and violinist Toni Rapport Zavistovski recorded for Warsaw Radio with W?adys?aw Szpilman, the subject of Roman Polanski s Oscar-winning film The Pianist, and was Assistant Principal Violin of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Index, Glossary, Bibliography. Seller Inventory # APC9780865349575

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Mulroy, Kevin (Ed.):

Published by Los Angeles : Autry Museum of Western Heritage in asssociation with the University of Washington Press, (1999)

ISBN 10: 0295978139 ISBN 13: 9780295978130

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About this Item: Los Angeles : Autry Museum of Western Heritage in asssociation with the University of Washington Press, 1999. Condition: Sehr gut. X, 229 S. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - The figure of Gary Cooper as the proud frontier sheriff striding down the street in the 1952 American Western High Noon is as much a symbol of dignity and courage in contemporary Poland as it is in the United States. In 1989, for Poland's first free election since the Communist takeover, the political party Solidarity dramatically and successfully used that image of Cooper on a campaign poster urging voters to respond to their country's own "high noon"-their critical moment of decision. The Western motion picture, from its silent days on, exported an epic vision of America. William S. Hart, John Wayne, James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Gregory Peck, Clint Eastwood, and Kirk Douglas became legendary heroes throughout the world, and especially in Poland. In postwar Poland, film poster artists employed the universally recognized symbols of the Western-horse, six-shooter, boots, tin-star badge, Stetson, saddle-to convey violence as a negative force. Unlike many other art forms, the film poster did not fall within the censor's domain because it was not expected to pose a threat to the social order. But messages were conveyed through subtle means of symbol and color. The Polish poster has been likened to the Trojan horse, with the artist smuggling messages onto the streets in the guise of ephemera. ISBN 0295978139 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 Mit zahlr. auch farb. Abb. Broschiert. Seller Inventory # 915245

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Lenica, Jan.

Published by No date (1950:s?) (1950)

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About this Item: No date (1950:s?), 1950. Printed in Poland, No date (1950:s?). 18,5 x 18,5 cm. (48) pp. Richly illustrated, partly in colour. Printed wrappers. Good condition. Parallell-text english & french. Seller Inventory # 67130

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Ellen Harrington / Maria Kurpik

Published by The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science (2000)

ISBN 10: 8391047881 ISBN 13: 9788391047880

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About this Item: The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science, 2000. Soft cover. Condition: New. New softcover. Oblong format. A great catalog of Polish film posters,from post war to present, one poster per page, about 36 illus. 78pp. Seller Inventory # 1113

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Czerniawski, Jerzy [artist]: Chekhov, Anton [subject]:

Published by Warsaw: Teatr Narodowy, 1980. (1980)

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About this Item: Warsaw: Teatr Narodowy, 1980., 1980. Pictorial poster, 26 x 38" [99 x 69cm], Rolled. Tiny closed snag at center top edge, else about fine. A beautiful poster created for the Teatr Maly in Tychy, Poland, for a Polish language Chekhov production entitled "Benefis." The artist Czerniawski graduated from the Fine Arts School in Warsaw and is an award-winning poster-artist (Bronze medal at International Poster Biennaele, Warsaw 1974; second prize at poster Biennale, Lahti 1977; Silver Plaque in poster competition at International Film Festival, Chicago 1981). Seller Inventory # WRCLIT 70659

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-10-01 Pages: 430 Publisher: Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing House title: the white dog Swing frame (new version) (2012 Nobel Prize winner in literature famous Chinese writer Mo Yan works) List Price: 43.00 yuan Mo Yan: Press: Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing House Publication Date :2012-10-1ISBN: 9787532146390 Number of words: 350.000 yards: 430 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 Weight: Editor's Choice award of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2012 words : Mo Yan is a poet. he tore down posters of stylized. Volkswagen prominent individuals from the vast nameless. He strokes of ridicule and satire. attack history and fallacy. as well as poverty and political hypocrisy. He has the skills to expose the darkest pages of human inadvertently given to a symbol image. Mo Yan has unparalleled imagination. He depicts the natural good; Basically. he knows all things related to hunger; him to show us a world of truth. common sense or compassion. reckless people in this world. helpless and ridiculous. The Moyan the story has a mysterious and moral of all values ??to be reflected. Mo Yan's character is full of vitality. they even immoral ways and means to achieve their life goals. to break the cage of fate and politics. Mo Yan vivid to show us the world of a forgotten farmers. He knows the crafts. smelting technology. construction. trenching. digging canals. grazing and guerrilla skills and know how to describe it. He seems whole life is described with the pen tip. . He Bilabolei. the the majority writers Swift Marquez should be funny and sharp. Mo Yan's fiction world. moral character and brutal war. this is a literary adventure for the reader. Mo Yan Related Recommended: Executive Summary Mo Yan white dog swings Mo Yan compilation of short stories published since engaged in literary creation. income thirty of his short stories published from 1981 to 1989 creation. These short stories. the story is full of diverse styles. like the the colorful blossoming wonderful work from naturally grown in the fertile and complex land. both absurd but realistic ecstatic. there is no lack of black humor legend tells. but also the rural simplicity The human touching tracing. more sharp and the harsh reality of rural mining. . White dog swings won the 1988 Unitas Award Mo Yan 's high-density Northeast Township. first appeared in this work; film adaptation of this novel warm won the Tokyo International Film Festival Golden Unicorn Award. The famous Japanese writer Kenzaburo Oe said: If discharged to the short story in the world top five. Mo Yan's should go in there. Catalog spring night rain started falling ugly soldiers the ducks eismowe leading boat in the spring because the children black sand beach on the island wind sale of cotton Parkway folk music three horses gale five the cake dry river youthful white dog stone swings old rifle broken hand sandals the scenting son flies incisors sin abandoned baby airship messy war impression revolutionary romanticism cat thing meta cats specialized households distant loved one man and beast love story author Mo Yan. Gaomi. born in 1955. With Red Sorghum. wine country. our buns. Sandalwood Penalty. Life and Death fatigue eleven novels. transparent carrot. commander of the woman in short novel hundred academic books. plays. essays and multiple; many of these works have been translated into the UK. France. Germany. Italy. Japan. the West. Russia. South Korea. the Netherlands. Sweden. Norway. Poland. Arabia. Vietnam multilingual literary circles at home and abroad. has broad implications. Mo Yan and his work won the Unitas Award (Taiwan). Chinese Literature Media Awards. Outstanding Achievement Award . the French LaureBataillin (Breuer Barthlmy Yong) Foreign Literature Award . the French culture and the arts. Knight of the Order . World Chinese Novel Award and Dream of the Red. Seller Inventory # FW010974

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Leshek Zavistovski

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In the winter of 1964, three weeks after defecting from Poland and the night after playing a flashy holiday performance with the Rockettes at Radio City, Leshek Zavistovski was arrested and faced deportation to a gulag. His troubles started, however, long before he was a fugitive cellist behind bars. As a four-year-old child he was abandoned in a remote Polish village, kidnapped, and swept into the advancing Red Army. Thus his perils began. Children and Fish Don t Talk is more than Leshek s dramatic story. He recounts in thrilling detail his father s defiance against the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising, the ghastly deeds of Cossacks and the Soviet KGB, the hilarious antics of a foreigner at the height of McCarthyism, the vibrant world of the Metropolitan Opera in the 1960s, his elderly mother s foxy attempt to crush the Iron Curtain with homemade posters and glue, and numerous encounters with Polish sausage. It is a breathtaking tale of survival, taking readers from the poverty of post-war Poland to the lavish dinner tables of America s rich and famous, an adventure as harrowing as it is funny. And that s because it s true. Cellist and sculptor Leshek Zavistovski was born in Warsaw, Poland on the eve of World War II and became the youngest member of the Warsaw National Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Monique Zavistovski is a filmmaker raised on the edge of the Sleepy Hollow woods. Her work has won awards worldwide, including at Sundance and the Emmys. Fulbright scholar and violinist Toni Rapport Zavistovski recorded for Warsaw Radio with Wladyslaw Szpilman, the subject of Roman Polanski s Oscar-winning film The Pianist, and was Assistant Principal Violin of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Index, Glossary, Bibliography. Seller Inventory # LIE9780865349582

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About this Item: Hardcover. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: Unknown Pages: 430 Publisher: Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing House List Price: 43.00 yuan: Mo Yan Publisher: Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing ISBN: 9.787.532.146.390 Page: 430 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 published Time :2012-10-1 Printing time: Words: 350000 commodities identification: 22890937 Description Mo Yan white dog swings Mo Yan compilation of short stories published since engaged in literary creation. income from 1981 to 1989 thirty years creative short stories published. These short stories. the story is full of diverse styles. like the the colorful blossoming wonderful work from naturally grown in the fertile and complex land. both absurd but realistic ecstatic. there is no lack of black humor legend tells. but also the rural simplicity The human touching tracing. more sharp and the harsh reality of rural mining. . White dog swings won the 1988 Unitas Award Mo Yan 's high-density Northeast Township. first appeared in this work; film adaptation of this novel warm won the Tokyo International Film Festival Golden Unicorn Award. : If discharged to the short story in the world top five. Mo Yan's should go in there. Author Mo Yan. Gaomi. born in 1955. the famous Japanese writer Kenzaburo Oe. With Red Sorghum. wine country. our buns. Sandalwood Penalty. Life and Death fatigue eleven novels. transparent carrot. commander of the woman in short novel hundred academic books. plays. essays and multiple; many of these works have been translated into the UK. France. Germany. Italy. Japan. the West. Russia. South Korea. the Netherlands. Sweden. Norway. Poland. Arabia. Vietnam multilingual literary circles at home and abroad. has broad implications. Mo Yan and his work won the Unitas Award (Taiwan). Chinese Literature Media Awards. Outstanding Achievement Award . the French LaureBataillin (Breuer Barthlmy Yong) Foreign Literature Award . the French culture and the arts. Knight of the Order . World Chinese Novel Award and Dream of the Red Chamber Award of Italy NONINO (Nonino) International Prize for Literature. Japan Fukuoka Asian Culture Award . Hong Kong Baptist University and the United States. Newman Chinese Literature Award and other domestic and international awards. Frog Mo Yan brewing for more than ten years. his pen IV contains three drafts. devote themselves to creating a hit a the people soul sore spot long masterpiece. Novel written by playwright tadpole to constitute Japanese writer Sugitani righteous four long letter and a drama about the aunt - a rural obstetrician life experiences. in the show with a vivid and moving detail Rural China six decades waves the ups and downs of reproductive history while mercilessly dissect a the contemporary intellectuals humble soul. The book is dedicated to: experienced family planning era. and was born in the family planning era. tens of millions of readers. The catalog spring night rain started falling ugly soldiers the ducks eismowe leading sandals old rifle because the the children wind sold cotton Parkway folk music of the black sand beach on the island three horses gale stone five pastry the dry river youthful white dog swing frame broken hand in spring ship scenting the sub the flies incisors sin abandoned baby airship messy war impression revolutionary romanticism the cat thing meta cats specialized households distant relatives between man and beast love story editing award term recommended by the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature: Mo Yan is a poet. he ripped stylized posters. enabling individuals to stand out from the vast unknown mass. He strokes of ridicule and satire. attack history and fallacy. as well as poverty and political hypocrisy. He has the skills to expose the darkest pages of human inadvertently given to a symbol image. Mo Yan has unparalleled imagination. He depicts the natural good; Basically. he knows all things relat. Seller Inventory # EJ004231

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Dorota Folga-Januszewska

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Leshek Zavistovski

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About this Item: Sunstone Press, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In the winter of 1964, three weeks after defecting from Poland and the night after playing a flashy holiday performance with the Rockettes at Radio City, Leshek Zavistovski was arrested and faced deportation to a gulag. His troubles started, however, long before he was a fugitive cellist behind bars. As a four-year-old child he was abandoned in a remote Polish village, kidnapped, and swept into the advancing Red Army. Thus his perils began. Children and Fish Don t Talk is more than Leshek s dramatic story. He recounts in thrilling detail his father s defiance against the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising, the ghastly deeds of Cossacks and the Soviet KGB, the hilarious antics of a foreigner at the height of McCarthyism, the vibrant world of the Metropolitan Opera in the 1960s, his elderly mother s foxy attempt to crush the Iron Curtain with homemade posters and glue, and numerous encounters with Polish sausage. It is a breathtaking tale of survival, taking readers from the poverty of post-war Poland to the lavish dinner tables of America s rich and famous, an adventure as harrowing as it is funny. And that s because it s true. Cellist and sculptor Leshek Zavistovski was born in Warsaw, Poland on the eve of World War II and became the youngest member of the Warsaw National Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Monique Zavistovski is a filmmaker raised on the edge of the Sleepy Hollow woods. Her work has won awards worldwide, including at Sundance and the Emmys. Fulbright scholar and violinist Toni Rapport Zavistovski recorded for Warsaw Radio with W?adys?aw Szpilman, the subject of Roman Polanski s Oscar-winning film The Pianist, and was Assistant Principal Violin of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Index, Glossary, Bibliography. Seller Inventory # LIE9780865349575

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Published by Springer, Netherlands (1998)

ISBN 10: 0792350138 ISBN 13: 9780792350132

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About this Item: Springer, Netherlands, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The Workshop Heterostructure Epitaxy and Devices HEAD 97 was held from October 12 to 16, 1997 at Smolenice Castle, the House of Scientists of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and was co-organized by the Institute of Electrical Engineering, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava and the Institute of Thin Film and Ion Technology, Research Centre, liilich. It was the third in a series of workshops devoted to topics related to heterostructure epitaxy and devices and the second included into the category of Advanced Research Workshops (ARW) under sponsorship of the NATO. More than 70 participants from 15 countries attended (Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the USA). Novel microelectronic and optoelectronic devices are based on semiconductor heterostructures. The goal of the ARW HEAD 97 was to discuss various questions related to the use of new materials (e.g. compound semiconductors based on high band-gap nitrides and low band-gap antimonides) and new procedures (low-temperature epitaxial growth), as well as new principles (nanostructures, quantum wires and dots, etc.) aimed at realizing high-performance heterostructure based electronic devices. Almost 70 papers (invited and contributed oral presentations as well as posters) were presented at the ARW HEAD 97 and the main part of them is included into these Proceedings. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998. Seller Inventory # AAV9780792350132

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Published by Springer, Netherlands (1998)

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About this Item: Springer, Netherlands, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The Workshop Heterostructure Epitaxy and Devices HEAD 97 was held from October 12 to 16, 1997 at Smolenice Castle, the House of Scientists of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and was co-organized by the Institute of Electrical Engineering, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava and the Institute of Thin Film and Ion Technology, Research Centre, liilich. It was the third in a series of workshops devoted to topics related to heterostructure epitaxy and devices and the second included into the category of Advanced Research Workshops (ARW) under sponsorship of the NATO. More than 70 participants from 15 countries attended (Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the USA). Novel microelectronic and optoelectronic devices are based on semiconductor heterostructures. The goal of the ARW HEAD 97 was to discuss various questions related to the use of new materials (e.g. compound semiconductors based on high band-gap nitrides and low band-gap antimonides) and new procedures (low-temperature epitaxial growth), as well as new principles (nanostructures, quantum wires and dots, etc.) aimed at realizing high-performance heterostructure based electronic devices. Almost 70 papers (invited and contributed oral presentations as well as posters) were presented at the ARW HEAD 97 and the main part of them is included into these Proceedings. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998. Seller Inventory # AAV9780792350132

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Richards, Dick (director); John Kaye (screenwriter); Alan Arkin, Sally Kellerman, Mackenzie Phillips (starring)

Published by ZRF, Poland (1975)

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About this Item: ZRF, Poland, 1975. Original Polish A1 poster, circa 1975, for the 1975 US film. Artwork by Jan Mlodozeniec.A driving instructor and former Gunnery Sergeant, Rafferty (Arkin) picks up two ladies (Kellerman and Phillips) who kidnap him in their attempt to get to New Orleans. Rafferty is at first distraught, but as their journey unwinds, the pair of misfits begin to work their charms, and the three of them travel in-sync until their brief bonding session comes to an end. 22.5 x 32 inches. A small faint stain to one corner, and slight waviness, else Near Fine. Seller Inventory # 132297

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Published by Springer, Netherlands (1998)

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About this Item: Springer, Netherlands, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The Workshop Heterostructure Epitaxy and Devices HEAD 97 was held from October 12 to 16, 1997 at Smolenice Castle, the House of Scientists of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and was co-organized by the Institute of Electrical Engineering, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava and the Institute of Thin Film and Ion Technology, Research Centre, liilich. It was the third in a series of workshops devoted to topics related to heterostructure epitaxy and devices and the second included into the category of Advanced Research Workshops (ARW) under sponsorship of the NATO. More than 70 participants from 15 countries attended (Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the USA). Novel microelectronic and optoelectronic devices are based on semiconductor heterostructures. The goal of the ARW HEAD 97 was to discuss various questions related to the use of new materials (e.g. compound semiconductors based on high band-gap nitrides and low band-gap antimonides) and new procedures (low-temperature epitaxial growth), as well as new principles (nanostructures, quantum wires and dots, etc.) aimed at realizing high-performance heterostructure based electronic devices. Almost 70 papers (invited and contributed oral presentations as well as posters) were presented at the ARW HEAD 97 and the main part of them is included into these Proceedings. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998. Seller Inventory # LIE9780792350132

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Claudia Dillmann; Dorota Paciarelli; Grazyna Arata; Krystyna Zamyslowska

Published by Muzeum Kinematografii (2013)

ISBN 10: 8388820524 ISBN 13: 9788388820526

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About this Item: Muzeum Kinematografii, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Scarce oversized & heavy paperback, 310pp, Polish & English, NOT ex-library. Mild signs of handling (a short diagonal crease on front cover and first page), gentle external shelfwear. Interior is clean and bright throughout, with unmarked text and firm binding. Spine free of creases. --- Fully bilingual, illustrated throughout on glossy paper (many illustrations in full-page format): numerous archival and contemporary photographs, Agnieszka Holland's drawings, film posters, storyboards, facsimiles of documents, portraits. Compiled with extensive contributions from Agnieszka Holland herself and her family, as well as contributions from a number of celebrated directors, actors, crew members and writers. --- Contents: 1. Agnieszka Holland: No Consent to Bowing (Supplement to the Exhibition), pp 6-9; 2. Biography, pp 10-78; 3. Films, pp 80-242 (from Iluminacja/Illumination, 1972 through to Horici ker/Burning Bush, 2013, in chronological order); 4. The German Films of Agnieszka Holland, pp 244-255 / Claudia Dillmann; 5. Agnieszka Holland in France: The Story of Unfulfilled Love, pp 256-283 / Grazyna Arata; 6. Agnieszka's Enigmatic Garden, pp 284-287 / Dorota Paciarelli; 7. Agnieszka Holland's Social Activities, pp 290-293; 8. The Film: Returns of Agnieszka H., pp 298-301; 9. Filmography, pp 302-305; 10. Bibliography, pp 306-308. Seller Inventory # 002420

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Krauze, Andrzej [poster artist]; [Capote, Truman, and Wyatt Cooper (sourcework)]; Wynn, Tracy [screenwriter]:

Published by [Warsaw?]. [ca. 1974]. (1974)

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About this Item: [Warsaw?]. [ca. 1974]., 1974. Folio (32.5 x 22.5"; 83 x 57 cm). Folded, as issued, filing, importer and identification info on verso, otherwise near fine. A stark monochrome poster by artist Andrzej Krauze for the Polish theatrical release of the 1972 made for television film adaptation of Capote and Cooper's story, "The Glass House," here rendered in Polish as HOTHOUSE. Tom Gries directed the multi-award nominated film, which starred Vic Morrow, Alan Alda, Clu Gulager, Billy Dee Williams, et al. As a made for television film, publicity paper for the original U.S. release would have been minimal, hence the posters for European theatrical releases are significant, and in this case, artistically important. Krauze left Poland for Paris in 1979, and then settled in London, where as a British citizen, he has become a leading cartoon and poster artist, painter and book illustrator. Seller Inventory # WRCLIT 69363

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MLODOZENIEC, Jan (1929 - ).

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About this Item: N.d., circusposter, 97 x 66. DESA Poster no. 84. Foreign Trade Enterprise. Printed in Poland. (Reprint-edition). Born Nov.8, 1929 in Warsaw, Ý Dec.12, 2000. Graduated from Warsaw ASP (Graphics Division) in 1955. Illustrator, graphic & poster designer. Exhibits : Canada - 1960, Beyruth - 1961, Denmark - 1964, Italy - 1965, Sweden - 1965, Honolulu - 1965. Individual shows : Warsaw - 1962, Vienna - 1963. Many awards : Int'l Exhibit of Film Posters; Vienna 1965 - 2nd Prize for "Nikt nie zna prawdy" film poster; Silver Medal @ Int'l Buchkunst Außtellung - 1971; Gold Medal @ 8 th Int'l Poster Biennale, Warsaw - 1980; Gold Medal @ 5 th Int'l Poster Biennale, Lahti - 1983. Seller Inventory # 1366

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SWIERZY, Waldemar (1931 - 2013).

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About this Item: Warzaw, Teatr Narodowy Warzaw Poland, 1976. theatre poster, 97 x 67, PZ Graf. WrZam 8874/76 4500 Original edition of 4500 copies. Right upper corner small tears. Born 1931 in Katowice - 27 november 2013, Warschau. Graduated from Katowice Annex of Krakow ASP (Prof. Mroszczak's Class) in 1952. Poster designer since 1950, also set and graphic designer, illustrator, cartoonist. Exhibited at all shows of Polish poster design : Canada - 1960, Beyrut - 1961, Denmark - 1963, Sao Paulo - 1963, Kassel - 1964, Italy - 1964, Sweden - 1965, Honolulu - 1965. Individual exhibits in Berlin - 1957 & 1959, Sofia - 1959, Budapest - 1959, Vienna - 1960, Katowice - 1961, Moscow - 1965, Warsaw - 1966 & 1972. Awarded III prize @ II OWP - 1955, Film poster award - 1956, 1st Prize for art poster - 1961, Trepkowski Award - 1956, Toulouse-Lautrec Award for film poster, Paris- 1959, 4 subsequent awards for Best Film Poster of the Year : 1961-64 ("Matka Joanna od aniolow"), Golden Medal for "Zywot Jozefa" - Katowice 1965, Best Film Poster - Denmark 1963, Golden Medal @ International Editors' Exhibit - Leipzig 1965. 28 Poster of the Month awards (1961-66). Diploma from the Museum of Contemporary Art for film posters - Sao Paulo 1961. 1st Prize @ 2nd Int'l Poster Biennale, Lahti - 1977. 'Hollywood Reporter' Awards winner - 1975 & 1985. Seller Inventory # 60442

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Dydo, Krzysztof

Published by Galeria Plakatu, Krakow (1996)

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About this Item: Galeria Plakatu, Krakow, 1996. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Stated First Edition. Stiff wraps with French flaps, perfect bound, color cover illustration, illustrated text in Polish and English, catalog offers color illustration arranged chronologically. ; 8" x 11-1/4"; 294 pp; Minor scuffing and edgewear to covers, clean and unmarked within. 83-905899-0-7. Seller Inventory # 5433

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Katselas, Milton (director); Leonard Gershe (screenwriter); Liv Ullmann, Edward Albert, Gene Kelly (starring)

Published by ZRF, Poland (1974)

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About this Item: ZRF, Poland, 1974. Original Polish A2 poster, circa 1974, for the 1973 US film. Artwork by Jerzy Flisak. 15.75 x 23.25 inches. Near Fine. Seller Inventory # 132296

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Polski, Plakat.

Published by Wydawnictwo Artstycno-Graficzne:, Poland (1972)

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About this Item: Wydawnictwo Artstycno-Graficzne:, Poland, 1972. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good-. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 4 Page text in Polish and English, 440 posters illustrated in color and b&w. "In the second half of the fifties art theorists in Poland burst into a curoius two-part chorus heralding the decline of the poster in our country, and its imminent demise in the world altogether. This book covers, political and public service posters, theatre and concert posters, film posters, exhibition and commerical posters, sports and circus posters and more. VERY GOOD- HARDCOVER, VERY GOOD DUST JACKET. Book covers are heavily worn at spine edges. Internally a nice clean tight copy of this rare book. Dust jacket protected with a clear plastic acid-free jacket. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 029064

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