Stanislav Lem and Cinema. The Eternal Misunderstanding of Man and the Unknown
Yaroslav Pidgora-Gvyazdovskyfilm critic
Conference hall of the Center for Urban History
Like every science fiction writer, Stanislav Lem tried to go beyond the known to feel, see, and get to know the unknown. And sometimes he succeeded. In literature, but not in cinema. About 40 adaptations of Lem's works have been produced, but it is considered that none came close to what Lem and his readers knew. Why? Film critic and fan of Stanislav Lem, Yaroslav Pidgora-Gvyazdovsky, will try to explain this in his lecture.
Moderator: Anastasia Kholyavka
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A broadcast will be available on the Youtube channel of the Center for Urban History.
This lecture finalizes the seminar "Stanislav Lem: Trauma And Art" and is part of the program "The City and Trauma: Conversations in a Year of Lem," organized by the Center for Urban History and Cafe Philosophique Lviv as a part of the 100th Anniversary of Stanislaw Lem program in cooperation with Lviv City Council and Choven Publishing House.