Film, Video City Space as a Vicious Circle: Visual Design in Béla Tarr's "Man from London"
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- City Space as a Vicious Circle: Visual Design in Béla Tarr's "Man from London"
- Hungarian film production designer László Rajk spoke about how he created the set design of "Man from London," the ideas and symbolism behind it, and how it was actually put into place. He discussed the dilemmas a designer faces about how to realize a story/visual concept, and the hidden dialog between the film director and the production designer.
- Event Date
- February 27, 2014
- - László Rajk Jr. is a Hungarian architect, designer and political activist.
- Related Resources
- European Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/european/
- Running Time
- 56 minutes 30 seconds
- Online Format
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