András Bálint Kovács

András Bálint Kovács
Graduation Semester MDP
Academic Essay Supervisor

András Bálint Kovács (dr. habil) is the founding chair and head of the Department of Film Studies at Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary.

He teaches film history of modern cinema and film analysis. He has been visiting professor at École Normale Supérieure, Paris; Université de la Nouvelle Sorbonne, Paris; University of Stockholm; University of California San Diego (UCSD).  

Currently, he has two research projects: quantitative style analysis, and psychological research on emotion regulation and causal thinking in film viewing. 

Publications include: The Cinema of Béla Tarr, Columbia University Press, 2013; Causal Thinking and Narration in: Projections No.1 pp.51-68, 2011; Things that Come After Another. In: New Review of Film and Television Studies. Vol.5 no.2 August 2007. pp. 157-173; Screening Modernism, University of Chicago Press, 2008. Les Mondes d'Andrej Tarkovsky (together with Ákos Szilágyi) L'Age d'Homme, Lausanne (Switzerland) 1987. Metropolis, Paris. The Abstract Subjective Style in Film. Képzõmûvészeti Kiadó, Budapest (1992). He translated Deleuze’s Cinéma 1-2 into Hungarian.

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