AL'LÈÈSSI... UNE ACTRICE AFRICAINE Rahmatou KEITA 01:09

Niger is the first country in Africa (excepted Egypt) to built an industry of cinema.
Mustapha Alassan and Oumarou Ganda were the directors. Zalika Souley was the first woman to act.
In one ordinary day, AL'LEESSI... (witch means "a fate", in Songhoy), tells about this period, in the sixtees.

JOHN CASSAVETES André S LABARTHE 00:50

Pendant longtemps, John Cassavetes sera connu comme acteur, mais c’est évidemment comme auteur de films qu’il apparaît dans ce portrait. Lorsque nous le rencontrons, il est déjà l’auteur de trois films : “Shadows”, film indépendant réalisé à New-York, puis “Too Late Blues” et “A child is waiting”, deux expériences hollywoodiennes qu’il juge désastreuses. Il vient de terminer le montage de “Faces” dont le montage durera trois ans. C’est le film de la naissance d’un cinéaste que nous proposons.
Trois ans plus tard, “Faces” est terminé et Cassavetes fait une escale à Paris, en route pour le Festival de Venise. Ce n’est plus le même homme qui s’exprime, mais un homme mûri, qui se retourne sur lui-même, et tire les leçons de son expérience. Un homme qui raconte l’Amérique, l’entreprise de “Sh

KITANO TAKESHI SHINSHUTSU-KIBOTSU Jean-Pierre LIMOSIN 01:09

The secondary title of this episode of the series Cinema of our time consists of four Chinese characters (shin-shutsu-ki-botsu) which describe one who wreacks havoc among gods and demons, when one appears the other disappears. We have translated it more prosaically as Ç the unpredictable. È
Unpredictable, always surprising is the first characteristic of the film maker Takeshi Kitano, especially in his conversation with ShiguŽhiko Hasumi, philosopher, essayist, president of the University of Tokyo, and author of the remarkable books on Ozu, Naruse...
The interview lasted several days during which the director finished his
latest film, LâEtŽ de Kikujiro.

SHADOWING THE THIRD MAN Frederick BAKER 01:29

“Shadowing The Third Man” explores the making of Graham Greene’s all time classic noir film “The Third Man”. This is the first documentary ever to be made on this much-loved film, which was voted the best British film of the 20th century in a BFI poll.

For the next 90 minutes the Anglo-Austrian director Frederick Baker takes the audience on a journey, following Greene’s story, while dividing fact from fiction about its making.
“Shadowing the Third Man” literally projects the classic 1948 feature film back to the original locations in the Austrian capital Vienna. Using state-of-the–art projection technology, the stunning images created by Carol Reed and the Oscar-winning DOP, Robert Krasker are beamed on a huge scale onto the glorious architecture of restored Vienna. So the city recl

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