Witold Giersz

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Witold Giersz (born 26 February 1927 in Poraj, near Częstochowa) is a Polish animator.[1] His most famous - and probably relevant - work is Kon that won also a prize at the Cracow Film Festival "for its exceptionally interesting animation technique". An documentary movie about Giersz was made in 2012 by Maciej Kur

Filmography[edit]

  • Skarb Czarnego Jack'a (1961)
  • Maly Western (1961)
  • Dinozaury (1963)
  • Czerwone I Czarne (1964)
  • The Horse (Kon, 1967)
  • Kaskader (1972)
  • The Old Cowboy (Stary Kowboj, 1973)
  • Pozar (1976)
  • Please, Mr. Elephant (Prosze, slonia, 1979)
  • A Little Curious segments (1998-2001)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Horn, Maurice (March 1999). The world encyclopedia of cartoons. Chelsea House. p. 44. ISBN 978-0-7910-5184-9. Retrieved 15 April 2011. 

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