ILLUZION CINEMA
FILMS ABOUT FILMS
This program is dedicated to cinema’s self-reflection. Cinema is the only form of art that completely depends on technology, that is why part of the program will be devoted to the history of the evolution of film cameras - machines that reproduce life - as well as to the chronicle of filmmaking (behind-the-scenes footage and screen tests).
The other part consists of fiction films that are concerned with one or another aspect of filmmaking. The program will be of interest primarily to an experienced viewer, who is well-versed in cinema, but it will also attract the wider audience, since the selected films, be their form documentary or fiction, allow one to learn more about the history of cinema and about different views on cinema throughout the 20th century.
France, Société Nouvelle des Films Marcel Pagnol
1937, 132 minutes
USA, Universal
1935, 20 minutes
USA, MGM
1938, 104 minutes
France, BUP Française
1946, 84 minutes
USSR, TsSDF
1963, 80 minutes
USA, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
1953, 116 minutes
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