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Director:Richard Misek
Screenplay: Richard Misek
Photography: Richard Misek
Sdition: Richard Misek
Sound: Tatsujito Oto
Music: Tatsujito Oto
Producers: Richard Misek


Wednesday 7th - 20:00
documentamadridFILMOTECA ESPAÑOLA. Cine Doré Sala 2

Sunday 11th - 17:30
documentamadridFILMOTECA ESPAÑOLA. Cine Doré Sala 1

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Rohmer in Paris

Richard Misek
67' / 2013 / United Kingdom
English, French
Spanish subtitled

A love letter to legendary Nouvelle vague film-maker Eric Rohmer and the world capital of cinema. The film begins with the story of a chance encounter with Rohmer in 1994, while he was filming Rendez-vous in Paris on location in Montmartre. This accidental connection becomes the basis for a heartfelt film essay exploring Rohmer’s lifelong relationship with the city and the many cinematic journeys he made through it. Innovatively combining biographical documentary, psychogeographic montage, speculative fiction, and mashup, the film provides a narrated tour of Rohmer’s works, of modern Paris, and of the pains and pleasures of cinephilia.

Se proyectará conjuntamente con:
LES RENDEZ-VOUS DE PARIS (Faithless / Infiel) Pases el 07/05 a las 17:30 y el 16/05 a las 21:40
Director Eric Rohmer
País /
Country Francia / France
Año de producción / Year of Production 1994
Duración / Running Time 98 min
Idioma original / Language Francés / French

Director's Biography

Richard Misek was born in Liverpool, and educated at Oxford and Harvard. After working as a video editor, he completed a PHD in screen studies at Melbourne University in 2008. He has since written numerous academic articles on film aesthetics, as well as a book on the history of colour in cinema (Chromatic Cinema, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010). His main interest is in space-time: how it is represented, manipulated, perceived and conceived. He longs for alternative spatio-temporalities, but also analyses their everyday shape…In particular, in the form of cities and films, Rohmer in Paris is his first feature-length work.
More films about cities and film to follow.



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