A documentary by Frédérique Dévaux and Michel Amarger
+2 films by Marcel Hanoun
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Marcel Hanoun, one of the most innovative of filmmakers, gives us what he names "a lesson in cinema." Frédérique Devaux and Michel Amarger filmed this piece at his country house, composing an abundantly rich portrait. Film clips and sparks of theoretic bravura testify to the feverish creativity and the drunken agitation behind which lurks the ever-composed voice of the filmmaker.
Cinexpérimentaux 6: Marcel Hanoun 2003, 65', couleur, Documentary by Frédérique Devaux et Michel Amarger.
2 films by Marcel Hanoun
Men Who Have Lost Their Roots, 15'
Dying to live 50’
|Author(s)||Frédérique Devaux & Michel Amarger|
|Artist(s)||Frédérique Devaux & Michel Amarger, Marcel Hanoun|
|Format||DVD5 PAL Interzone/Region 0, mono, 4:3|
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