52' / 1937 / United States of America
English, Spanish, German
English and spanish subtitled
The Spanish Earth was directed by JorisIvens with a budget of $2,000 and, due to the fact it is structured upon two pivotal elements: the struggle of the militants and the farmworkers’ movements, the film is one of the most shocking documents about the Civil War. It was narrated by Hemingway.
|Screenplay:||Lillian Hellman, Archibald Macleish, John Dos Passos, Ernest Hemingway, Prudencio de Pereda|
|Photography:||John Fernhout, Joris Ivens|
|Production:||Contemporary Historians Inc.|