Televisoin Network

Televisoin Network




Theatre play
Stage adaptation: Lee Hall
based on the film script by Paddy Chayevski
Director: Andrey Avramov
Scenography: Antonia Popova
Cast: Malin Krastev, Kalin Sermenov, Stefania Kocheva, Yavor Borisov, Silvia Lulcheva, Ivan Panev, Krasimir Kutsuparov, Dimitar Benekin, Asen Mutafchiev, Borislav Zahariev, Simeon Galabov, Plamken Sirakov, Milena Avramova, Mihail Syrvanski, Polin Lalova, Vasil Grancharov, Irina Purvanova, Martin Hristov
The Black satire Network (1976), directed by Sidney Lumet, takes four Oscars, one of which is credited with Paddy Chayevsky's screenplay.


He exposes the news industry hidden behind the television camera while also addressing issues of manipulation and unrealized riots in society. "Pady Chayevsky's analysis of television from the 1970s can be completely covered by today's Internet," writes director Andrey Avramov today, who delivers the messages from the movie to the stage to emphasize their relevance with the hope that audiences will feel and the hidden alarm.


 

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