Berthold Bartosch - L'Idee

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Bartosch's only surviving film was made single-handely in Paris in 1932. Almost 45000 frames were animated on four different levels simultaneously, often with as many as 18 superimpositions made in the camera.Bartosch's only surviving film was made single-handely in Paris in 1932. Almost 45000 frames were animated on four different levels simultaneously, often with as many as 18 superimpositions made in the camera.

"(...) Bartosch showed that animation could be POETIC... It was Bartosch who first dared to give animation the dimension of a great art, trusting it to vopice his pain, to lay bare his heart, to tell of his hope for a better future - which he never saw." - Alexander Alexeieff and Claire Parker, 1969

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24.00 EUR

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re:voir

Publishing date: 

Monday, July 19, 2010

Runtime: 

30

Discs: 

1 DVD5

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Region: 

Multizone

Video: 

PAL

Aspect ratio: 

4:3

Colour: 

B&W

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DD2.0