Studies in Eastern European Cinema 10.1

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Studies in Eastern European Cinema 10.1


  1. Studies in Eastern European Cinema 10.1
  2. Special announcement: SEEC on the Scopus database


Volume 10.1. of Studies in Eastern European Cinema, special issue is now available online:





Peter Hames




Věra Chytilová’s The Fruit of Paradise [Ovoce stromů rajských jíme, 1969]: radical aura and the international avant-garde

Felicity Gee

Between two waves: Věra Chytilová and Jean-Luc Godard

Iveta Jusová & Dan Reyes


‘Before I fought ideology, not money’: Věra Chytilová and the 1990s transformation of Czech cinema culture

Jindřiška Bláhová


‘Calamity’: the small town and railway as allegory

Luboš Ptáček




Lucian Pintilie (1933–2018)

Andrei Gorzo


Piotr Szulkin (26 April 1950–3 August 2018)

Sebastian Jakub Konefał


Reviews / reports:


Chytilová and the photographers

Peter Hames


The Creation of Meaning: Mezi – obrazy: Mediální praktiky kameramana Jaroslava Kučery/In between images: cinematographer Jaroslav Kučera’s media practices. By Kateřina Svatoňová

Peter Hames


National identity in Hungarian cinema between 1929 and 1947

Györgyi Vajdovich


Eastern Europe proves to be a Nordic mirage: Beyond Eastern Noir: reimaging Russia and Eastern Europe in Nordic cinemas. Anna Estera Mrozewicz (ed.)

Lars Kristensen


A comparative approach to spatial figurations in Hungarian and Romanian cinema: Space in Romanian and Hungarian Cinema. Anna Batori (ed.)

Hajnal Király



Special announcement:


It is with great pleasure that the editorial board of Studies in Eastern European Cinema announces that the journal has been approved for inclusion into the largest database of peer-reviewed literature, Scopus. The decision serves as recognition of the outstanding quality of submissions. It would further allow the publication increased visibility and a more straightforward assessment of impact.