samedi, 23 janvier 2021
 
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LOTTE EISNER - A PLACE. NOWHERE.
documentary, HD, colors, 59' - 2020 

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synopsis

Lotte H. Eisner (1896-1983) was one of the most fascinating figures of the past century. Little known by the general public, the author of the celebrated essay L'Ecran démoniaque (The Demonic Screen) and curator in chief of the Cinémathèque Française was admired by Fritz Lang, Murnau, Stroheim, Sternberg, Chaplin, and Renoir, but also by Brecht, Man Ray and, later, Herzog and Wenders, Godard and Truffaut. Persecuted by the Nazis, living as a refugee in France, Lotte E. Eisner was an eternal exile. Or how History (of the twentieth century), the history of cinema and the life of a woman were aligned.

 

 

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 starring   Werner Herzog, Volker Schlöndorff, Wim Wenders
Martje Herzog, Laurent Manonni, Bernard Eisenschitz
     
 director
  Timon Koulmasis
 editor   Aurique Delannoy
 photography   Rüdiger Kortz
 sound   Holger Jung
 composer   Ernst August Klötzke
 producers   Ilona Grundmann, Christophe Gougeon
 production   Ilona Grundmann Filmproduktion, acqua alta,
zdf/arte, HessenFilm, ORF Weltvertrieb, ciné +,
CNC, Procirep-Angoa, Fondation de la Shoah

 

 

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