references

Czech Republic

  • Hames, Peter (2009) Czech and Slovak Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Hames, Peter (1995) Dark Alchemy: the Films of Jan Švankmajer. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press.
  • Hames, Peter (2004) The Cinema of Central Europe. London: Wallflower Press.
  • Horton, Andrew J. (1998) “Avant-garde Film and Video in the Czech Republic”, Central Europe Review, vol.0. no.3. 12. October. 1998.
  • Liehm, Mira and Liehm, Antonín J. (1977) The Most Important Art: Eastern European Film After 1945. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Owen, Jonathan L. (2013) Avant-garde to New Wave: Czechoslovak Cinema, Surrealism and the Sixties. London: Berghahn Books.
  • Purš, Ivo (2013) Jan Švankmajer: Dimensions of Dialogue, Between Film and Fine Art. Prague: Abor Vitae.
  • Rosenzveig, Eric and Pospiszyl, Tomas eds. (2013) CAS – Co to je? / What is it? Prague: NAMU
  • Uhde, Jan (2007) “Jan Švankmajer: Genius Loci as a Source of Surrealist Inspiration” in. Harper, Graeme and Stone, Rob eds. (2007) The Unsilvered Screen: Surrealism on Film. London: Wallflower Press, pp. 60-71.
  • Verrone, William E.B. (2011) The Avant-Garde Feature Film: A Critical History. Jefferson: McFarland & Company.

Hungary

  • Beke László and Bíró Yvette (1985) BBS Budapest: Twenty Years of Hungarian Experimental Film. New York. American Federation of Arts.
  • Burns, Bryan (1996) World Cinema: Hungary. New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
  • Cain, Maximilian Le (2009) “Hungarian Rhapsody: The Experimental Forum at the 49th Thessaloniki International Film Festival“, Senses of Cinema, April/2009, Issue 50.
  • Cunningham, John (2004) “Experimental Cinema and the Avant-garde” in. Hungarian Cinema: from Coffe House to Muliplex. London: Wallflower Press, pp. 168–170.
  • Gaul, Bernhard (2013) “Revisited: Gábor Bódy”, bgx: mag, May/2013.
  • Gregus Zoltán (2009) Images of Strangeness in András Jeles’s Films. Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University, Department of Philosophy.
  • Hames, Peter (2004) The Cinema of Central Europe. London: Wallflower Press.
  • Horton, Andrew J. (1998) “Avant-garde Film and Video in Hungary”, Central Europe Review, vol.0. no.3. 12. October. 1998.
  • Kozma Éva and Peternák Miklós eds. (2009) Bauhaus Lab. Budapest. Film Workshop. Budapest: Center for Culture and Communication Foundation.
  • Kovács András Bálint (2002) “Gábor Bódy: precursor of the digital age.” in: East European Cinemas. Routledge. NY, London, pp. 151-165.
  • Liehm, Mira and Liehm, Antonín J. (1977) The Most Important Art: Eastern European Film After 1945. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Lovink, Geert (2004) “János Sugár. Intermedia: the Digital Bauhaus”, in. Uncanny Networks. Dialogues with the Virtual Intelligentsia. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 276-288.
  • MacDonald, Scott (2005) “Péter Forgács”, in. A Critical Cinema: Interviews with Independent Filmmakers. 4, Berkeley: University of California Press. pp. 289-311.
  • Pieldner Judit (2011) “Cinematic Image and Alterity in András Jeles’s Art”, Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Philologica, vol. 3, 2, 2011, pp. 236-245.
  • Pieldner Judit (2014) “Remediating Past Images. The Temporality of “Found Footage” in Gábor Bódy’s American Torso”, Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Film and Media Studies. vol. 8. 2014, pp. 59-78.
  • Raskin, Richard (1997) “An Interview with Marcell Iványi“, P.O.V. No. 5.
  • Turai Hedvig (2010) “Suspended Belief: On Art and Memory in Hungary”, ARTMargins online, 16. October 2010.
  • Siegfried Zielinski, Peter Weibel (2011) State of Images: The Media Pioneers Zbigniew Rybczyński and Gábor Bódy. Nuremberg: Moderne Kunst.

Poland

  • Hagener, Malte (2007) Moving Forward, Looking Back: The European Avant-garde and the Invention of Film Culture. 1919-1939. Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press.
  • Hames, Peter (2004) The Cinema of Central Europe. London: Wallflower Press.
  • Horton, Andrew J. (1998) “Avant-garde Film and Video in Poland”, Central Europe Review, vol.0. no.3. 12. October. 1998.
  • Kluszczynski, Ryszard W. (2003) “Four Chapters from the History of the Polish Avant-garde Film”, i_Can, International Contemporary Art Network.
  • Kluszczynski, Ryszard W. (1992) “Avant-garde Film and Video Art in Poland. An Historical Outline” in. The Middle of Europe. Warsaw: Centre for Contemporary Art.
  • Kuc, Kamilia and O’Pray, Michael (2014) The Struggle for Form. Perspectives on Polish Avant-Garde Film 1916-1989. London: Wallflower Press.
  • Kuc, Kamila (2016) Visions of Avant-Garde Film: Polish Cinematic Experiments from Expressionism to Constructivism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Kutlubasis-Krajewska, Violetta and Krajewski, Piotr eds. (2009) “From Absolute Cinema to Future Film. Materials from the history of experiment in the moving picture artWIDOK, issue1, Wroclaw: WRO Art Center.
  • Liehm, Mira and Liehm, Antonín J. (1977) The Most Important Art: Eastern European Film After 1945. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Mazierska, Ewa (2012) “Retelling Polish History through the “Soft Avant-Garde” Films of the 1960s”, Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media, vol. 53, no. 1 Spring/2012, pp. 22-39
  • Ronduda, Łukasz (2004) “The Films of Polish Women Artists in the 1970s and 1980s – From the Archive of Polish Experimental Film”, ARTMargins online, March 2004.
  • Ronduda, Łukasz and Zeyfang, Florian (2007) 1,2,3… Avant-Gardes: Film/Art between Experiment and Archive. Warsaw: Centre for Contemporary Art, and Berlin/New York: Sternberg.
  • Ronduda, Łukasz (2000) “The Workshop of the Film Form. Film realizations from the years 1970-1977”, Exchange Gallery website.
  • Skaff, Sheila (2008) The Law of the Looking Glass: Cinema in Poland. 1896-1939. Athens: Ohio University Press.
  • Siegfried Zielinski, Peter Weibel (2011) State of Images: The Media Pioneers Zbigniew Rybczyński and Gábor Bódy. Nuremberg: Moderne Kunst.

Slovakia

  • Hames, Peter (2009) Czech and Slovak Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Hames, Peter (2004) The Cinema of Central Europe. London: Wallflower Press.
  • Horton, Andrew J. (1998) “Avant-garde Film and Video in Slovakia”, Central Europe Review, vol.0. no.3. 12. October. 1998.
  • Liehm, Mira and Liehm, Antonín J. (1977) The Most Important Art: Eastern European Film After 1945. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Owen, Jonathan L. (2013) Avant-garde to New Wave: Czechoslovak Cinema, Surrealism and the Sixties. London: Berghahn Books.