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Nearly 47 years ago, Garrel made a six-minute short film during the peak of the May 1968 events in France, composed of his own 35mm takes and 16mm footage taken by the film students who participated in the revolts. One single screening of Actua 1 took place in late May before Garrel declared the film was officially lost. Last year, the negatives miraculously surfaced. They say that when the French Cinematheque invited him up to check the state of the print, Garrel (who had recreated by memory some of the missing shots in Regular Lovers) was so moved that he asked if they could please show him the short film again.

Section: Clásicos Restaurados
Thursday 16 - 22:10 h
Malba Cine
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Thursday 23 - 21:30 h
Teatro San Martín Room: L. Lugones
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Year: 1968
Format: 35mm
Color: B&N
Minutes: 6
Seconds: 0

Team:

D: Philippe Garrel  

F: Philippe Garrel, Serge Bard, Patrick Deval  

DA, P: Jean-Luc Godard  

CP: Anouchka


Contact:

La Cinématheque Française - Musée du Cinéma
Claudine Kaufmann
T +33 1 7119 3200 E c.kaufmann@hotmail.fr
W cinematheque.fr TW @cinemathequefr


Philippe Garrel Francia

He was born in Paris, France, in 1948. When he was only fifteen, he made his first short, Les Enfants désaccordés. Later, he directed more than thirty titles including Concentration (1968), Regular Lovers (2005), La Frontière de l’aube (2008; Bafici ‘09), and La Jalousie (2013; Official Competition at Venice 2013)



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