Архив за етикет: Андроника Мартонова

Аспекти из естетиката на филмовия плакат в китайското детско кино в края на 40-те и през 50-те години на ХХ век.

Доц. д-р Андроника Мартонова, Сектор Екранни Изкуства, Институт за изследване на изкуствата, БАН

Aspects around the aesthetics of the film poster in Chinese children’s cinema in the end of 40`s and in the 1950`s

Assoc. Prof. Andronika Martonova, PhD, Screen Arts Dept, Institute of Art Studies, BAS

Abstract: The cinema for children’s audience from the socialist countries changed drastically in the years of the Cold War. China and Bulgaria do not make exceptions – the screens were dominated by the revolutionary pathos. Most of the future, full length movies glorify and propagandize the image of the child-national super hero without childhood. Others films educate young viewers in the dogmas of the communist system. The fabulous and fantastic stories are rarely.  The film posters promote of all of these cinema`s artifact and communicate successfully with the audiences in the various socialist, friendly countries.

Keywords:film posters, China, cinema, children`s art, aesthetic, visual communication, socialism, Bulgarian film archive

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Хиса Ота, киното, японизма и България през ранния ХХ в.

Доц. д-р Андроника Мартонова

Сектор Екранни изкуства, Институт за изследване на изкуствата, БАН

Hisa Ōta, the cinema, the japonism and Bulgaria in early XX century

Assoc. Prof. PhD Andronika Martonova

Screen Arts Department, Institute for Art Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Abstract

The text presents a strole to the portrait of fascinated Kabuki actress Hisa Ōta, known by his artistic name Hanako. She has had inspired Europe, Russia and even … Bulgaria. Hanako impresses with his acting talent personalities such as Auguste Rodin, Gordon Craig, Eleonora Duse, Loy Fuller, Vsevolod Meyerhold, Yakov Protazanov, Constantin Stanislavski … Russian cinema scholars still searching for one of the early films of Yakov Protazanov with her participation – „The Love of the Japanese lady“, 1913. The artefact is especially important cause for the first time in Russian cinema participated a foreign actress. But before conquering the early screen Hisa Ōta dominate on theatrical spaces, in well bitten with japonism Europe The text follows with curiosity and Bulgarian attitude from the epoch (early XX century) about Japanese classical theatre and culture.

Keywords :Hisa Ōta /Hanako, Cinema, Europe, Bulgaria, Russia, Japonism, Theatre

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