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  Evening's civil twilight in Empires of Tin (2008)

Other(s) author(s) : Cohen, Jem, [zuzendari]Language : GermanUniform titles : Evening´s civil twilight in empires of Tin.[Quebec] : Constellation Records, 20081 disko (DVD) (100 minutu) : soinua, kolorez eta zuri beltzez + 1 triptikoaIrudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa): bideoaRoth, Moses Joseph (1894-1939) Radetzky MarchEvening's Civil Twilight in Empires of Tin (IMDb) | Resumen | Abstract | Critique | Fragment | Film osoa (de)
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Musicians, Members of Silver Mt. Zion: Thierry Amar, Eric Craven, Efrim Menuck, Jessica Moss, David Payant, Guy Picciotto, T. Griffin, Catherine McRae.

Karatulan:
In 2007, the Viennale (Vienna International Film Festival) invited filmmaker Jem Cohen to create an evening of film with live musical accompaniment. Inspired by novels of Joseph Roth, whose 1933 classic "The Radetzky March" examines Austria on the threshold of WWI, Cohen chose to explore parallels between the decline of the Austro-Hungarian empire and modern-day U.S.A.
Wrtites Cohen: "In the early 21st century in the 4th year of a war, we werw waiting for a dynasty to end. Reading Roth's "The Radetzky March" and "The Emperor's Tomb", we found that his twilight is also our own. Wondering about "Empire", we heard its echoes from the Wall Street Stock Exchange to Vienna's cobblestone streets, from the carnage at Verdun to the destruction of Iraq to the corporate gentrification of our neighborhoods. "Evening's civil twilight in Empires of Tin" is a reflection on the edges of Empire and the Doppler Effects of history."

Emol web:
Siempre en la frontera entre el documental y la ficción, el cineasta Jem Cohen conecta diversos períodos y ciudades en imágenes, mientras sobre ellas un conjunto musical interpreta de manera libre "La marcha Radetzky", de Strauss, y un actor lee extractos de la novela inspirada por aquella obra, escrita por Joseph Roth. La presentación en vivo es capturada por Cohen, quien combina las imágenes con nuevas ideas y material de archivo para construir un trabajo difícil de definir.
Esta película "multimedia" fue comisionada por el Festival Internacional de Cine de Viena (Viennale).

Triptikoa: "Empires of Tin", Jem Cohen-en idatzia.

Audioa alemanieraz eta azpitituloak ingelesez.
Audio en alemán y subtítulos en inglés.

Zine independientearen zirkuitua: B aldea. Proiekzioa, 2014ko urtarrilaren 29an Sukaldean.

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