Different Cinema vol.2

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The DIFFERENT CINEMA Vol. 2 DVD assembles eight films and videos by artists presented during the 6th Different Cinema Festival of Paris. This extraordinary compilation is a mix of digital video and celluloid film that tackles the subjects of femininity, investigation, and the search for identity. These films are created by artists whose inspiration stems from the tradition of cinema as well as cutting-edge contemporary art.

Films which are expressive, compelling, and of high artistic quality - FILMTHREAT.COM

Films:

- "Artemis" | Valérie Morignat
- "Flamenc'co" | Olivier Fouchard
- "Lily in the Glass" | Shiho Kano
- "Da Qui, Sopra il Mare" | Mauro Santini
- "Deperdition Lointaine" | Dominik Lange
- "Perhaps / We“ | Solomon Nagler
- "K 3 (Desért)" | Frédérique Devaux
- "F.I.R.T 119" | Rubén Guzmán

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Price: 

25.00 EUR

Publisher: 

Label: 

lowave

Publishing date: 

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Runtime: 

60

Discs: 

1 DVD10

Language: 

English, French

Subtitles: 

English, French, German, Spanish

Region: 

Multizone

Video: 

PAL
NTSC

Aspect ratio: 

4:3

Colour: 

Colour & B&W

Sound: 

DD2.0