Alemania Invitado de Honor

Sania 9

Friday 10 March 2017 05:30pm

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Alemania, Invitado de Honor

Austerlitz
Alemania · 2016 · BN · 94’

Hay lugares en Europa donde se quedaron memorias dolorosas del pasado, industrias donde los humanos fueron convertidos en cenizas. Estos lugares ahora son sitios conmemorativos abiertos al público y son visitados por miles de turistas cada año. El título de la película se refiere a la novela epónima escrita por W.G. Sebald, dedicada al Holocausto. Esta película es una observación de los visitantes a un sitio conmemorativo que se ha fundado en el territorio de un antiguo campo de concentración. ¿Por qué van? ¿Qué buscan?

There are places in Europe that have remained as painful memories of the past - factories where humans were turned into ash. These places are now memorial sites that are open to the public and receive thousands of tourists every year. The film’s title refers to the eponymous novel written by W.G. Sebald, dedicated to the memory of Holocaust. This film is an observation of the visitors to a memorial site that has been founded on the territory of a former concentration camp. Why do they go there? What are they looking for?

Dirección · Director
Sergei Loznitsa
Guión · Screenplay
Sergei Loznitsa
Fotografía · Cinematography
Sergei Loznitsa, Jesse Mazuch
Sonido · Sound
Vladimir Golovnitski
Edición · Editor
Danielius Kokanauskis
Productor · Producer
Sergei Loznitsa
Contacto · Contact
Imperativ Film
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Austerlitz dir
Sergei Loznitsa

Sergei Loznitsa, director ucraniano, guionista, productor. Ha dirigido 18 documentales aclamados internacionalmente. Sus dos largometrajes Schastye moe (2010) and V tumane (2012), estreno mundial en el Festival de Cannes, donde V tumane recibió el premio FIPRESCI. El documental Maidan dedicado a la revolución ucraniana, estrenó Cannes, 2014.

Sergei Loznitsa, Ukrainian director, scriptwriter, producer, has directed 18 internationally acclaimed documentary films. His two feature films, Schastye moe (2010) and V tumane (2012) had their world premieres at the Festival de Cannes, where V tumane received the FIPRESCI prize. The documentary film Maidan, dedicated to the Ukrainian Revolution, premiered at Cannes, 2014.

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