Marceline. A Woman. A Century
France/The Netherlands | 2018 | 58 minutes | Color | DVD | French | Subtitled | Order No. 191231 |
A fascinating portrait of the persevering French filmmaker, writer, and Holocaust survivor Marceline Loridan-Ivens
This film is currently available for booking for exhibition only. All purchases – digital or physical – will be put on pre-order and available, April, 2019.
"A sensitive and poignant film that offers some life lessons."
"A wonderful portrait of a filmmaker."
"This much-deserved tribute retraces how a free woman really "moved the mountains."
SCREENING HIGHLIGHTS AND AWARDS
- International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)
- Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival
- Big Sky Documentary Film Festival
- Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival
- Guadalajara International Film Festival
- It's All True International Documentary Film Festival
- Ethnocineca International Documentary Film Festival
- Through Women’s Eyes Film Festival
- Sarasota Film Festival
- Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival
Cordelia Dvorák is a writer, dramaturge, theater director and filmmaker. Since 1996 she has worked on more than 80 international opera, theater and dance productions, including with the Kammerspiele Munich, the Staatstheater Stuttgart, the Grand Théâtre of Bordeaux, the Teatro Sāo Carlos Lisbon, the Piccolo Teatro in Milan and The Nationale Reisopera in the Netherlands. Since 1998 she has written and directed international documentary film productions and video-installations, in cooperation with BBC, Arte, NDR, ZDF, SWR, SVT, SFR, Canal 22, the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, the Goethe Institute and more. She received grants and scholarships from the Goethe Institute, the Berliner Senat, Vassar College, The Larks Playwright Centre New York, the Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes FONCA, Mexiko and the Fundación Bancomer, México City as well as the Exzellenz-Mentoringprogramm Kunsthochschulprofessur / UDK University of Fine Arts, Berlin.
She was invited for International guest professorships and lectures at Montclair State University, the University of Fine Art’s Berlin, the Academy of Performing Arts Hong Kong, the Centro Andaluz de Teatro in Seville, the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Universidád del Claustro de Sor Juana, both in Mexico City. She is jury member of the Festival Internacional de Cine, Guadalajára, Mexico and the PAF Festival of Film Animation and Contemporary Art, Olomouz /CS. She regularly writes for the FAZ (Ich.Heute.10vor8), The ZEIT (Frauen schreiben: politisch.poetisch.polemisch) and the Amnesty International Journal. (3/19)