Hugo Haas 1964

Direction
Year 
1965
Country
  • Czech Republic 
Runtime
8min 
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Subtitles 

After spending twenty-two years in Hollywood, the famous actor and director Hugo Haas made a return visit to Prague. This short film from the workshop of the Prague Film School (FAMU) presents interesting highlights from a discussion Haas had with the students of the Academy of Performing Arts, in which he talks about the beauty of the acting profession and about his thorough method of preparation for the difficult roles that made him famous. This documentary captures Hugo Haas’ cordial nature and the enthusiasm of future actors and filmmakers during their meeting with this inspiring personality.

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  • Original Title
    Hugo Haas 1964
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Rudolf Adler
  • Cinematography
    Ivan Vojnár, Karel Slach
  • Editing
    Alois Fišárek
  • Runtime
    8 min (1-15 min.)
  • Year
    1965
  • Country
    • Czech Republic
  • Format
    • Black & White
  • Distribution

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