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Bacsó, Péter (Kassa, now Košice, Slovakia, 6 January 1928 - Budapest, 11 March 2009) – Film producer, film scriptwriter. He studied at the Academy of Dramatic Arts (1946-1950). From 1973, he was Artistic Director of the Dialog Studio, then from 1987 to 1991, its Manager; as well as a lecturer at the Academy of Dramatic Art. His film scripts are: Dearest Anna (Édes Anna) (1958), Two Half-Times in Hell (Két félidő a pokolban) (1961). His feature films include It is Simple in Summer (Nyáron egyszerű) (1963); The Witness (A tanú) (1969); Sparkling Girls (Szikrázó lányok) (1974); The Day Before Yesterday (Tegnap előtt) (1981),;Stalin’s Fiancée (Sztalin menyasszonya) (1990); Live Show (1992), and Dog with Tiger Stripes (A tigriscsíkos kutya) (2000). Books he authored are: Silent Shout (Csendes kiáltás) (1994), and 3 Witnesses (3 tanú) (2001). He was a recipient of many awards and prizes, among them the Béla Balázs Prize (1968), the Merited Artist title (1972), the Silver Leopard Prize of the Locarno Film Festival (1972), the Great Prize of the San Remo Festival (1974), the Kossuth Prize (1985), and the Specific Prize of the Rio de Janeiro Festival (1985). – B: 0874, 1178, 1257, T: 7103.

Badal, János (Jean Badal) (Budapest, 7 March 1927 - ) – Cinematographer. He served in the army in 1944-1945; studied History, History of Arts and Hungarian Literature at the University of Budapest (1945-1947), then attended the Academy of Dramatic Art, Budapest (1947-1951), and finally studied Cinematic Arts at the University of Paris (Sorbonne). From 1950 he worked as cameraman and made several films from 1953 on. He taught at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1949-1956. Since 1957 he lives in Paris. His works include Lieutenant of Rákóczi (Rákóczi hadnagya) (1953); The American (1964); School of Emotions (Érzelmek iskolája) (French 1968); Borrowed Time (Kölcsönkapott idő), (French-Hungarian 1966), and The Judgment (Az itélet), (French-Italian 1974). – B: 0874, 1504, 1031, T: 7103.

Badár, Balázs (Blaise) (Mezőtúr, 5 May 1855 - Mezőtúr, 5 December 1939) – Master-potter. He elevated pottery to the level of art and made Hungarian folk pottery well known all over the world. At the turn of the 20th century, with his distinctly different vases, dishes, and ornamental pieces, he actively participated in every important artistic exhibition in Hungary and abroad. He added his signature to every piece he made. His work greatly influenced the potters of the Great Hungarian Plain (Nagyalföld). In 1932 a representative selection of his ceramics was deposited at the Museum of Stockholm. – B: 0883, 1134, T: 3240.

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