Jan Černík

Jan Černík
Palacký University Olomouc · Department of Theatre, Film and Media Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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Obrazová příloha ke článku "Sixtinská kaple ve filmu Dva papežové" zaslaného do časopisu Studia theologica. Z důvodu vnitřních pravidel časopisu bylo nutné obrazovou přílohu v tištěné verzi článku zredukovat.
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Do screenwriting teachers share any common theoretical basis? Are screenwriting teachers interested in research into screenwriting? The survey presents their views on the topics of screenwriting manuals, training programs, screenwriting research and their personal preferences in the teaching of screenwriting.
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In the nationalized Czechoslovak film industry, between 1952 and 1956, eight very rare three-column screenplays appeared. The historical evidence of this different screenplay format has been overlooked by historians up to now. Three-column screenplays are not just a dead end of screenwriting practice; they can also be read as evidence of basic tend...
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Jaromír Kallista is one of the leading Czech film producers. His name is most closely connected to the work of Jan Švankmajer, with whom he has collaborated extensively since the 1980s. Kallista's professional portfolio, however, is much richer. Before developing his work with Švankmajer as part of the Athanor company, he worked with the directors...
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The topic of the study is censorship in screenwriting in Czechoslovakia during 1950s. In this period production process in nationalized film industry was stabilized and The Main Administration of Press Supervision was established as the main censorship institution with tendencies to centralize censorship over mass media. In literature up to now the...
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The subject of this article is the screenwriting discourse in Czechoslovakia from 1948 to 1954. In a small national film industry like the one in Czechoslovakia, there were always significant influences of bigger film industries (e.g., United States, Germany, USSR). After World War II, the USSR inspiration became dominant and many Soviet production...
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An interview with Ian W. Macdonald about screenwriting studies.