Experimentation. Transcendence. Rapture.
| 107 minutes | 2017
Using home movies collected around the world, Gustav Deutsch (Shirley, Film Ist) creates a captivating reflection on migration. Tradition and modernity, contrasting ways of life: the master of archival footage has assembled an impressive collection. His serene narration takes us inside the private lives of migrant families in different eras, from the beginnings of film to the present day. This new film from one of the great avant-garde directors is also a powerful tribute to a neglected genre.IN PRESENCE OF THE DIRECTORIN COMPETITIONWith the support of AUSTRIAN CULTURAL FORUM IN OTTAWA
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CANADA | 107 minutes | 2017
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UNITED STATES | 107 minutes | 2017
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