Masters of Animation Vol.3 – USSR, Yuguslavia, Poland, Hungary
Runtime: 113 minutes
Country: United Kingdom
IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0179030/
Director: John Halas
Description: A series of four programs produced and directed by John Halas. Over 10 years in the making, Masters of Animation represents the peak achievements of 7,000 artists from 13 countries. Produced and directed by John Halas, former president of the International Animated Film Association and award-winning animator, the series provides an opportunity to experience the exciting diversity of the world's leading animation artists. In addition, viewers are treated to examples of state of the art animation technology.
USSR: (download torrent)
With some 25 studios spread over its territory, the USSR has a long tradition of animated filmmaking. The work of such artists as Evanov-Vano, Atamanov, Vinokurov, Shvartzman, Kurchevsky, and Norstein exhibits a remarkable variety of animated styles.
YUGOSLAVIA: (download torrent)
In the past few decades, Zagreb Film has become one of the most active centers of European animation. Interviews with Vokotic, Stalter, Dragic and Dovnikovic and works by Majdak and Gasparovic illustrate the diversity of Yugoslavian animation.
POLAND: (download torrent)
In Poland animated programs are popular for all ages. Works by Giersz, Kijowicz, Kucia, Dumala and Szczechura illustrate the skill and humor with which Polish artists carry out their themes.
HUNGARY: (download torrent)
The widely diverse styles of Hungarian animation artists have produced many animated feature films. These works are represented by Macskassy, Dargay, Nepp, Varga, Rofusz, Reisenbuchler, Jankovics and Gemes.