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La hora de los hornos

The Hour of the Furnaces
L'ra dei forni

Shot secretly with the permission of militant leaders, this is a film made within the cracks of a system, against the system. The film represents a sort of off-off-Hollywood production that is an active attack on the hegemony of both the dominant model (First Cinema) and avant-garde cinema (Second Cinema), to propose Third Cinema - independent, bubbling with militant politics and experimental technique. As a poetic celebration of the Argentinean nation, this is an epic film in the classical as well as in the Brechtian sense, weaving together a wide variety of materials – film footage, interviews, television commercials, photos - into a splendid historical tapestry. This is a cinematographic compendium, with strategies that span from pure didacticism to lyrical    stylization, borrowing inspiration from the avant-garde and tradition, from fiction and documentary making, from cinema verité and advertising, that carries on the legend of Eizenstein, Vertov, Ivens, Rocha, Birri, Resnais, Buñuel and Godard.


Il regista / The Director

regista

Fernando Solanas was born in 1936 in Buenos Aires. In 1968 he imposes himself with a documentary by the title of La hora de los hornos becoming one of “decolonisation” cinema’s main representatives. In the 70s due to Argentina’s dictatorship he becomes an exile in Paris. Once returned to his country he is a MP from 1993 to 1997. His films include La nube (1998), El viaje (1992), Sur (1988), Tangos, el exilio de Gardel (1985).


Produzione / Production

Grupo Cine Liberacion


Edizione 2004
GLOBAL VISION

FICTION
Argentina , 1968, 90'

DIRECTOR
Fernando Solanas,Octavio Getino,Santiago Alvarez

TAGS:
Objections Society and politics



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