Siberian Mammoth - O Mamute Siberiano

Vicente FerrazBrésil – 2005
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Retraçant l'histoire de Yo Soy Cuba, ce documentaire essaye de comprendre les raisons qui ont poussé les autorités cubaines et soviétiques à retirer ce film des écrans. Il mène une réflexion sur la façon dont les œuvres d'art évoluent dans le temps, selon les différentes interprétations auxquelles elles sont soumises. Retrouvant certains collaborateurs soviétiques et cubains, le réalisateur (...) Suite

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Titre original Siberian Mammoth - O Mamute Siberiano
Titre allemand Siberianische Mammut, Das
Titre français Siberian Mammoth - O Mamute Siberiano
Autres titres
Réalisation Vicente Ferraz
Pays Brésil
Formats 35mm, DVD
Scénario Vicente Ferraz
Montage Dull Janiel, Mair Tavares
Musique Jenny Padrón
Image Tareq Daoud, Vicente Ferraz
Production Isabel Marinez
Durée 92 Min.
Langue spanisch, portugiesisch, russisch

Acteurs

Dokumentarfilm - documentaire

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«Ferraz's documentary is a fascinating trip through the making of "one of the most deliriously beautiful films ever made" (L.A. Weekly): Mikhail Kalotosov's 1964 masterpiece, I Am Cuba. Requiring an unprecedented 14 months of shooting, this first and only Cuban/Soviet co-production ever made was intended as a celebration of Castro's revolution. Why then was the film rejected by Cubans and Soviets alike upon its release and shelved for more than 30 years unt il it was rediscovered and championed in the 1990s by North Americans, including Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola? Through a combination of breathtaking shots from the original film and interviews with surviving Soviet and Cuban cast and crew members, Ferraz investigates the motives behind the banning of the film. The resulting documentary, I am Cuba, The Siberian Mammoth, provides us with insights into the ideology of the Cold War, the recent history of Cuba, and the great irony of I Am Cuba which only the passage of time has been able to reveal.»

Cinema Tropical.



"An addictive chronicle!" - Michael Atkinson, The Village Voice



"A worthy celebration and making-of about Kalatozov's hallucinatory film." - John Anderson, Newsday



"Mr. Ferraz has produced a welcome piece of historical explication." - A.O. Scott, The New York Times (...) Suite

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Titre original Siberian Mammoth - O Mamute Siberiano
Titre allemand Siberianische Mammut, Das
Titre français Siberian Mammoth - O Mamute Siberiano
Autres titres
Réalisation Vicente Ferraz
Pays Brésil
Formats 35mm, DVD
Scénario Vicente Ferraz
Montage Dull Janiel, Mair Tavares
Musique Jenny Padrón
Image Tareq Daoud, Vicente Ferraz
Production Isabel Marinez
Durée 92 Min.
Langue spanisch, portugiesisch, russisch

Acteurs

Dokumentarfilm - documentaire

Critiques

«Ferraz's documentary is a fascinating trip through the making of "one of the most deliriously beautiful films ever made" (L.A. Weekly): Mikhail Kalotosov's 1964 masterpiece, I Am Cuba. Requiring an unprecedented 14 months of shooting, this first and only Cuban/Soviet co-production ever made was intended as a celebration of Castro's revolution. Why then was the film rejected by Cubans and Soviets alike upon its release and shelved for more than 30 years unt il it was rediscovered and championed in the 1990s by North Americans, including Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola? Through a combination of breathtaking shots from the original film and interviews with surviving Soviet and Cuban cast and crew members, Ferraz investigates the motives behind the banning of the film. The resulting documentary, I am Cuba, The Siberian Mammoth, provides us with insights into the ideology of the Cold War, the recent history of Cuba, and the great irony of I Am Cuba which only the passage of time has been able to reveal.»

Cinema Tropical.



"An addictive chronicle!" - Michael Atkinson, The Village Voice



"A worthy celebration and making-of about Kalatozov's hallucinatory film." - John Anderson, Newsday



"Mr. Ferraz has produced a welcome piece of historical explication." - A.O. Scott, The New York Times (...) Suite

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