Cinevardaphoto (2005)

Cinevardaphoto
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating None
Runtime 1hr 36mins.
Genres Foreign
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Agnes Varda Director n/a 2 2000001
Agnes Varda Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Claire Duguet Cinematographer ("Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc.") 402 6000001
John Holosko Cinematographer ("Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc.") 402 6000002
Rick Kearney Cinematographer ("Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc.") 402 6000003
Markus Seitz Cinematographer ("Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc.") 402 6000004
Jean-Yves Escoffier Cinematographer ("Ulysses") 402 6000005
Pascal Rabaud Cinematographer ("Ulysses") 402 6000006
C.S. Olaf Cinematographer ("Salut Les Cubains") 402 6000007
J. Marques Cinematographer ("Salut Les Cubains") 402 6000008
Jean-Baptiste Morin Editor "Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc." 172 7000001
Agnes Varda Editor ("Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc.") 172 7000002
Marie-Jo Audiard Editor ("Ulysses") 172 7000003
Helene de Luze Editor ("Ulysses") 172 7000004
Janine Verneau Editor ("Salut Les Cubains") 172 7000005
Didier Lockwood Music ("Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc.") 120781 8000001
Isabelle Olivier Music ("Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc.") 120781 8000002
Pierre Barbaud Music ("Ulysses") 120781 8000003
Synopsis
A collection of three cine-essays from photographer-turned-filmmaker Agnes Varda. "Ydessa, The Bears, and Etc" records an exhibit of hundreds of early 20th century photographs (mostly German and American), each of which features a teddy bear. The curator/collector/bear aficionado is Ydessa Hendeles, a scarlet-haired sylph of a woman, who looks to be a figment of Edward Gorey's imagination. "Ulysses" analyzes an enigmatic photograph Varda took in 1954 in which a nude man stands on a pebble beach, a dead goat lies in the foreground and between them is a child named Ulysses. "Salut Les Cubains" animates 1,800 black-and-white photographs Varda took in Cuba, four years after the revolution. Through montage, she makes the subjects of the photos sing and dance, which she calls "Socialism and cha-cha-cha."
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