Filmografia – nauka pomocnicza filmoznawstwa

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Marek Hendrykowski


Is filmography a personal hobby of archivists or an integral part of film history? Based on the analysis of the achievements in this field from the last two decades, Marek Hendrykowski interprets filmography as an important part of contemporary film studies. Filmographic research shows at a glance what was precisely happening in the film world. This kind of knowledge and important information based on various authentic sources is something absolutely necessary in the scientific procedures of film research. Film history needs authentic facts as its basis and source of constant inspiration. This is why catalogues, registers, indexes and books including filmographic information are called indispensable companions in archival film research and standard works of reference in the world’s film archives and all film libraries.


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