In “Kadra na kino”, Ewelina Witenberg talks every Saturday on TVN24 about the most interesting events and premieres in the world of films, series and music. In the program, she talked, among other things, about the latest film adaptation of the novel “Chłopi”, which is currently being released in cinemas, and is the Polish candidate for the Oscar. It is a painting animation, where first a live-action version of the picture was shot, and then each frame of the film was painted by hand. There were as many as 80,000 of them in total. There was also talk of an exhibition of works by director Tim Burton, the author of such films as “Edward Scissorhands” and “Mars Attacks!”.
In the latest edition of the “Kadr na kino” program, Ewelina Witenberg talked about the latest film adaptation of “Peasants”, the Nobel Prize-winning novel by Władysław Reymont, which has been shown in Polish cinemas since Friday. This time it was created as a painting animation. This film is the Polish candidate for the Oscar.
The film stars, among others, Kamila Urzędowska, Mirosław Baka, Małgorzata Kożuchowska, Ewa Kasprzyk and Sonia Bohosiewicz. A live-action version of the picture was shot first, and then each frame of the film was painted by hand. There were as many as 80,000 of them in total.
The program also mentioned that in Turin you can see an exhibition of works by director Tim Burton, who is the author of such films as “Edward Scissorhands”, “Mars Attacks!”, and most recently the series “Wednesday”.
The exhibition includes half a thousand exhibits. These are sketches, drawings, sculptures, figurines, paintings and models that he prepared for cult films and TV series. As the director emphasizes, he is emotionally attached to all his works. – I don’t have a favorite, but it’s a bit like loving difficult children – said Burton.
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