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  • Miklós Jancsó - Wikipediaós_Jancsó

    Miklós Jancsó (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈmikloːʃ ˈjɒnt͡ʃoː]; 27 September 1921 – 31 January 2014) was a Hungarian film director and screenwriter.

  • Miklós Jancsó - IMDb

    Miklós Jancsó, Director: Csillagosok, katonák. Miklos Jancsó was born in 1921 in Vac, Hungary. His mother Angela Poparada was Romanian and his father Sandor ...

  • Kinoeye | European film | Vol 3.3 | Miklos Jancso special

    Images of power and the power of images: The films of Miklós Jancsó. Of all the film directors neglected by the mainstream of film history, Miklós Jancsó has ...

  • Miklos Jancsó - obituary - Telegraph

    Miklos Jancsó - obituary Miklós Jancsó was a film director whose arabesque shots ravished the eye and captured the cold chess game of Hungary’s past

  • Jancsó Miklós (filmrendező) – Wikipédiaó_Miklós_(filmrendező)

    Jancsó Miklós (Vác, 1921. szeptember 27. − Budapest, 2014. január 31.) kétszeres Kossuth-díjas és Balázs Béla-díjas magyar filmrendező ...

  • The Round-Up (1966) - IMDb

    Directed by Miklós Jancsó. With János Görbe, Zoltán Latinovits, Tibor Molnár, Gábor Agárdi. In Hungary, the national movement led by Kossuth has been crushed ...

  • Miklós Jancsó obituary | Film | The Guardian

    A scene from The Round-Up, a hypnotically beautiful film that brought Miklós Jancsó to worldwide attention after its screening at the Cannes festival in 1966

  • The Round-Up (1966 film) - Wikipedia

    The Round-Up (Hungarian: Szegénylegények, "Outlaws") is a 1966 Hungarian film directed by Miklós Jancsó. Well received in its home country, it was Jancsó's first ...

  • Miklós Jancsó - Wikidata

    Miklós Jancsó (Q259240) From Wikidata. Jump to: navigation, search. Hungarian film director and screenwriter. ... Jancsó Miklós. 0 references. Commons category.

  • Miklós Jancsó Memoriam • Senses of Cinema

    The great Hungarian director Miklós Jancsó has died at the age of 92, leaving behind one of the more indisputably unique bodies of work in cinema history.

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