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The Salt Of The Earth

‘The Salt of the Earth’ is both hauntingly beautiful and full of sorrow. Dalam dokumenter ini kita mengikuti perjalanan hidup seorang fotografer bernama Sebastião Salgado (71) yang dalam 40 tahun terakhir telah merambah berbagai sudut dunia dan merekamnya dalam bentuk fotografi yang menangkap penderitaan dunia dengan indahnya. 382 more words

Film Review

Claude Chamberlan's Festival du nouveau cinéma has finger on the pulse

Night and day. It’s not fair to compare — or maybe it is — but emerging from Montreal’s bloated, curatorially challenged and financially shambolic Festival des films du monde, which closed its 39th edition last month, and looking out on the refreshingly vital 44th Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC), which kicks off Wednesday, the differences could not be more striking. 1,162 more words


Gotan Project - Paris, Texas

As good as the original and just as atmospheric.

Paris, Texas is a 1984 drama film directed by Wim Wenders and starring Harry Dean Stanton…

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44th Festival du nouveau cinéma's lineup a cinephile's delight

New films by Wim Wenders, Atom Egoyan, Laurie Anderson and Al Pacino are on the menu for the 44th Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC), taking place Oct. 620 more words


On Art and Artists: THE SALT OF THE EARTH

For the last 40 years, Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado has been travelling through the continents, witnessing some of the major events of our recent history: international conflicts, starvation, and exodus. 154 more words

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TIFF stars reveal their favourite movie of all time

There were gasps from cineastes when the most recent once-a-decade poll from Sight & Sound magazine dethroned Citizen Kane and named Vertigo the top film of all time. 1,091 more words


Film review: The Salt of the Earth

Look at the work of Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado and you’ll see all of humanity’s folly and suffering. He depicts a vast open goldmine teeming with desperate men – a distant relative of Hieronymous Bosch’s masterwork The Last Judgement; refugees from the Sahel who are nothing but skin and bones in rags; Rwandan corpses left in the roads to rot and draped over bric a brac like Dali soft watches. 317 more words