Film editor Lydia Zon Karabas revealed her star in the magazine. Piotrkowska | Happen or occur

Film editor Lydia Zun Karabas revealed her star on Tuesday at the magazine’s Elijah Guides Park. Piotrkowska. It is the 89th star on ód’s Walk of Fame, a tribute to the artistic accomplishments of film people.

“I realized very early on that the final look of the film was created in the editing room, which is why, despite her graduating directing, she chose editing in the future. That is why she made sure her work was always a creative contribution to the already completed film work. This approach was very much appreciated by the directors I have collaborated with,” Anna Mrojic, president of the Ludo chapter of the Polish Filmmakers Association, said of Zonn-Karabasz during the ceremony.

She added that during many years of academic work, Dr. Zonn-Karabasz has taught several generations of editors. She noted that “the academic activity of Lydia Zone Karabas is an example of the implementation of the beautiful idea of ​​the relationship between master and student.”

Zonn-Karabasz, who celebrated her 88th birthday on Tuesday, admitted she was embarrassed to find herself on the Walk of Fame. “I do not have a routine in such situations, because the editor’s job is to work in special conditions,” – she said. She pointed out that she learned the art of montage from film professors. “Teachers ran my work. I learned from the wisest and most outstanding directors,” she said, unveiling her star, which was set in the most famous park in Lodz near No. 71.

Lidia Zonn-Karabasz began helping with film editing while studying directing at the Polish Film Academy in ód. This is how her fascination was born, with which, having created her own art film “Happy Town”, she decided to pursue her career and got a job at a documentary film studio.

In the 1950s and 1960s she collaborated with Kazimierz Karabasz, Janusz Majewski, Władysław Ślesicki, Danuta Halladin, Andrzej Brzozowski and Irena Kamieńska, and in the 1970s with Krzysztof Kieślowski, MarcelŁozi and MarcelŁski.

She was responsible for the astonishing blends of image and sound in today’s legendary documentaries: “Hospital”, “Seven Women of Different Ages”, “The Visit”, “Dworko”, “Flowing Grass”, “From Porter’s Point of Night Show”, “On the Track” iron “,” Let it not hurt “. She has also edited feature films including: “Lokis. Professor Wittembach’s Manuscript” by Janusz Majewski, “The Staff” by Krzysztof Kieślowski, “The Shadow Near” by Kazimierz Karabas, scriptwriting and directing at the same time.

She is a Professor of Film Art at Lodz Film School and co-founder of the School of Film and Television Directing at that school. Since 1968, she has been a member of the Polish Filmmakers Association.

She has been awarded several times for her contribution to the development of Polish cinematography – in 2013 she was awarded the Silver Medal for Cultural Merit – Gloria Artes.

Star Zonn-Karabasz was founded by the Association of Polish Filmmakers and the State Higher School of Film, Television and Theatre. Leon Schiller in Lodz.

Łódź Star Alley is modeled after the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The initiator of its creation in 1996 was Jan Machulski, the star designer was Andrzej Pągowski. The first copper star, Andrzej Seweryn, was set two years later.

The stars on the Mujahideen. Piotrkowska has so far been honored with the merits of Polish cinematography, incl. Directors – Krzysztof Kielowski, Andrei Waida, Roman Polanski, Krzysztof Zanussi, Janusz Morgenstern, Stanislav Pariga, Jerzy Anzac, Wojciech Jerzy Haas, Krzysztof Zanussi; Actors and actresses – Tadeusz Łomnicki, Krystyna Janda, Janusz Gajos, Gustaw Holoubek, Maja Komorowska, Cezary Pazura, Jan Machulski, Wojciech Pszoniak, Zbigniew Cybulski, Stefan Jaracz, Leon Niemczyk; Film music makers – Wojciek Kjellar, Zbigniew Prezner, Henrik Cognac and operators, among others Pawe Edelman and Jerzy Lipman, as well as producers – including Ida or animated film creator Tomasz Bagiński (PAP)

Author: Bartłomiej Pawlak

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