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HU OSA 366-0-1 Tourism Promotional and Marketing Films
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Tourism Promotional and Marketing Films
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Date(s)
1982 - 1997 (predominant 1987-1992)
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Extent and medium (processed)
374 BetaSP PAL, 11.22 linear meters
69 U-Matic, 2.55 linear meters
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Idegenforgami és Propaganda Vállalat
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The IPV film studio was established in the 1970s and its mere existence signaled a shift from hard-core Communism to a more open, West-oriented “entrepreneurial” Socialism. The film studio was to produce promotional and image films about Hungary, to sell the country as a friendly place in Europe. The films were screened at Western tourist fairs in Berlin, London, Milan, Paris and Vienna. Besides attracting hard currency paying tourists to Hungary, IPV’s task was to help sell services and products of some Hungarian companies such as MALEV, Chemolimpex, IKARUSZ, Hungarovin, MOL, Videoton, Tungsram, Biogal, Chinoin and Csepel auto. The company was also producing promotional films for Western & Asian companies, and their products. On the video cassettes of this collection there are raw, unedited footage and fully edited promotional films as well.
Content and structure
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Not Expected
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Not Restricted
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Reproduction is allowed for non commercial purposes.
HU OSA 366-0-1 Tourism Promotional and Marketing Films
BookIconSeries Description
Context
Hierarchy
Statistics
Folders / Items
Identity Statement
Title
Tourism Promotional and Marketing Films
Identity Statement
Date(s)
1982 - 1997 (predominant 1987-1992)
Identity Statement
Description Level
Series
Identity Statement
Extent and medium (processed)
374 BetaSP PAL, 11.22 linear meters
69 U-Matic, 2.55 linear meters
Context
Name of creator(s)
Idegenforgami és Propaganda Vállalat
Content and structure
Scope and content (narrative)
The IPV film studio was established in the 1970s and its mere existence signaled a shift from hard-core Communism to a more open, West-oriented “entrepreneurial” Socialism. The film studio was to produce promotional and image films about Hungary, to sell the country as a friendly place in Europe. The films were screened at Western tourist fairs in Berlin, London, Milan, Paris and Vienna. Besides attracting hard currency paying tourists to Hungary, IPV’s task was to help sell services and products of some Hungarian companies such as MALEV, Chemolimpex, IKARUSZ, Hungarovin, MOL, Videoton, Tungsram, Biogal, Chinoin and Csepel auto. The company was also producing promotional films for Western & Asian companies, and their products. On the video cassettes of this collection there are raw, unedited footage and fully edited promotional films as well.
Content and structure
Accruals
Not Expected
Conditions of access and use
Conditions governing access
Not Restricted
Conditions of access and use
Conditions governing reproduction
Reproduction is allowed for non commercial purposes.