Niche books about Hungarian films edited by Dr. Tamás Kollarik

Date: 2023.07.12
Two more books have been added to the books series on films released by the Hungarian Academy of Arts, Research Institute of Art Theory and Methodology and debuted at the Kecskemét Animation Film Festival: Hungarian Animation Creators II, and Gábor Csupó – From Pannónia Film Studio to Hollywood Star

In the last five years, the Hungarian Academy of Arts, Research Institute for Art Theory and Methodology has conducted niche research coordinated by film specialist Tamás Kollarik and published film books intended for film industry professionals and also incorporated into the university curriculum.

The books are linked by author and editor Kollarik as well as being about and edited by the most recognised professionals of contemporary film.

At the Kecskemét Animation Film Festival held in June, Hungarians in Hollywood series was expanded to include a monograph on Gábor Csupó’s oeuvre, as well the autobiography of another one of the world’s most famous Hungarian-born film icons entitled Imre Pressburger, the Life and Death of a Screenwriter, while Film Festival Overview covering the workings and opportunities of Hungarian film festivals in the 2010s debuted in the Hungarian Animation Creators series. The book launch event was moderated by MOME doctoral student Máté Gorka-Focht. 

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