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The Artists' revolution : 10 days in Prague

Author: Daniel Sargent MooreRod SteigerVáclav HavelEda KriseováJan FollAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Cinema Guild, 1995.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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In November, 1989 a group of artists in Prague successfully spearheaded the overthrow of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia in the nonviolent "velvet revolution" ... a revolution fought through images, words and spirit. This film is the inside story of that rebellion as told through interviews with the activists and citizens of Prague.
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Interviews
Named Person: Václav Havel; Václav Havel
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Sargent Moore; Rod Steiger; Václav Havel; Eda Kriseová; Jan Foll; Jan Kacer; Jan Urban; Tomáš Ruller; Vladimir Hanzel; Jan G Wiener; Willem Precan; Ivan Gabal; Timothy Garton Ash; Eight Winds Productions.; Aurora Productions.; PoPcorn Pictures.; Cinema Guild.
OCLC Number: 36110045
Language Note: In English and Czech with English voiceovers.
Credits: Writer/producer/director, Daniel Sargent Moore ; co-producers, Arie Caspi, Julie Teipel ; exec. producer, William Stuart.
Cast: Eda Kriseova (novelist), Jan Foll (film critic), Jan Kacer (actor), Vaclav Havel (playwright), Jan Urban (Civic Forum), Tomas Ruller (performance artist), Vladimir Hanzel (jazz critic), Jan Wiener (historian), Willem Precan (historian), Ivan Gabal (Civic Forum), Timothy Garton Ash (journalist).
Performer(s): Narrator: Rod Steiger.
Description: 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Other Titles: Artists' revolution : ten days in Prague
10 days in Prague
Ten days in Prague
Responsibility: [presented by] Eight Winds Productions in association with Aurora Productions and PoPcorn Pictures ; a documentary by Daniel Sargent Moore.

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In November, 1989 a group of artists in Prague successfully spearheaded the overthrow of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia in the nonviolent "velvet revolution" ... a revolution fought through images, words and spirit. This film is the inside story of that rebellion as told through interviews with the activists and citizens of Prague.

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Artist's Revolution: 10 Days in Prague

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<I>Artist's Revolution: 10 days in Prague</I> covers the anatomy of the 1989 "Velvet Revolution" that ended almost 43 years of communist rule in Czechoslovakia. The film also provides a brief history of modern Czechoslovakia starting with the presidency of Tomas Masaryk, continuing with...
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