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|Directed by|| Konrad Nalecki |
|Written by|| Bohdan Czeszko |
|Music by||Tomasz Kiesewetter|
|Cinematography|| Zbigniew Czajkowski |
|Edited by||Joanna Rojewska|
Panstwowa Wyzsza Szkola Filmowa, Telewizyjna i Teatralna
Wytwórnia Filmów Fabularnych
|24 April 1953|
Three Stories (Polish: Trzy opowiesci) is a 1953 Polish drama film directed by Konrad Nalecki, Ewa Petelska and Czeslaw Petelski.It is an anthology film, with three separate stories by different directors and casts. It was made in the style of socialist realism, at a time when this Stalinist method was at its height in Polish and Eastern European cinema.
Ewa Petelska was a Polish film director and screenwriter. She directed 26 films between 1951 and 1985. Her 1963 film Black Wings was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Silver Prize. Her 1973 film Copernicus (Kopernik) was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize.
An anthology film is a subgenre of films consisting of several different short films, often tied together by only a single theme, premise, or brief interlocking event. Sometimes each one is directed by a different director. These differ from "revue films" such as Paramount on Parade (1930)—which were common in Hollywood in the early sound film era to show off their stars and related vaudeville-style acts—composite films, and compilation films.
Socialist realism is a style of idealized realistic art that was developed in the Soviet Union and was the official style in that country between 1932 and 1988, as well as in other socialist countries after World War II. Socialist realism is characterized by the glorified depiction of communist values, such as the emancipation of the proletariat. Despite its name, the figures in the style are very often highly idealized, especially in sculpture, where it often leans heavily on the conventions of classical sculpture. Although related, it should not be confused with social realism, a type of art that realistically depicts subjects of social concern, or other forms of "realism" in the visual arts.
The film's sets were designed by Wojciech Krysztofiak.
Ignacy Gogolewski is a Polish film actor. He has appeared in more than 30 films since 1953.
Teresa Szmigielówna was a Polish actress. She appeared in more than sixty films from 1951 to 2012.
Tomasz Zbigniew Zaliwski was a film, theatre, and radio actor.
Poland competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 207 competitors, 180 men and 27 women, took part in 116 events in 18 sports.
The Polish national basketball team is administered by the Polski Związek Koszykówki. Their biggest successes are the silver medal in the 1963 European Championships at home in Poland and fourth place at the 1936 Summer Olympics.
Zmiennicy is a Polish comedy tv series completed in 1986 and aired in 1987. Many famous Polish actors appear in Zmiennicy.
Polish Episcopal Conference or Polish Bishop's Conference is the central organ of Catholic Church in Poland. It is composed of 3 cardinals, 32 archbishops and 122 bishops.
Bishops of Przemyśl archdiocese:
The Bureau of Information and Propaganda of the Headquarters of Związek Walki Zbrojnej, later of Armia Krajowa a conspiracy department created in spring 1940 during the German occupation of Poland, inside the Związek Walki Zbrojnej, then of the Supreme Command of Armia Krajowa.
Kisiel Prize or Kisiel Award is an annual Polish award presented in three categories: publicist, politician/public figure and entrepreneur whose actions most closely portray the spirit and beliefs of the Polish publicist and politician, Stefan Kisielewski (1919-1991).
The Polish Film Academy is a professional honorary organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of motion pictures.
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