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Book on central European cinema published

BRITISH publishing house Wallflower Press, released The Cinema of Central Europe at the Hungarian Film Festival February 6.

BRITISH publishing house Wallflower Press, released The Cinema of Central Europe at the Hungarian Film Festival February 6.

The book features analysis of three Slovak films - the famous, The Shop on Main Street by Ján Kadár and Elmar Klos; Birds, Orphans and Fools by Juraj Jakubisko, and The Garden by Martin Šulík.

For more information and to order The Cinema of Central Europe visit www.wallflowerpress.co.uk.


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