Mercredi 25.04 14:30
From 1920 to 1922, Robert J. Flaherty filmed the life of an Inuit family in extreme conditions. The result was Nanook of the North, considered to be the first masterpiece in the history ofcinéma du réel… A masterpiece that the children’s film club La Lanterne Magique renders accessible to young spectators. The film will be projected in its silent version, as it was originally presented. The spectators will thus experience the magic of storytelling and musical accompaniment. The story-teller Adeline Stern will read the titles for the younger spectatorswhile the Canadian composer and multi-instrumentalist Shirley Anne Hofmann will play accompanying music to the unforgettable images of Nanook conveying the paradoxical contrast throughout the film between a carefree existence and the struggle for survival.
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