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In the Intense Now In the Intense Now

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Frontline | Frontline | Joao Moreira SALLES | | 2017 | 127min | DCP | color/b&w | Documentary
Director Joao Moreira SALLES Screenplay Joao Moreira SALLES Producer Maria CARLOTA FERNANDES BRUNO Cinematography N/A Art Director N/A Editor Eduardo ESCOREL, Lais LIFSCHITZ Sound Denilson CAMPOS Music Rodrigo LEAO Cast N/A

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
330 2018. 05. 06 14:00 Jeonju Cinema Town 7
HEK15
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637 2018. 05. 09 18:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 8
HEK15
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902 2018. 05. 12 10:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15
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  • Review

    Joao Moreira Salles found the idea for [#i_]In the Intense Now [_i#]on a film in which his mother recorded her impression of the traveling to China in 1966. In the film to celebrate the 50th anniversary of May 68, he combines the amateur footage of May 1968, the record of the collapse of Czechoslovakia in the same year, and the images that the mother recorded in the year of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. The editing of the images created for the history and for family, looks for correlations between them. Beginning with the search for the films in the archive, his journey reaches to May 1968. Salles discovers the brilliant joy his mother had presented two years ago in the face of the protesters. In the film asking what it means in ´present´ time, he cites several French films: Chris Marker´s[#i_] The Merry Month of May[_i#](1963) and Romain Goupil´s [#i_]Half a Life[_i#](1982). [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Joao Moreira SALLES

Born in 1962 in Rio de Janeiro. He began his career in 1985 when he and his brother Walter Salles founded VideoFilmes, which went on to produce modern Brazilian classics like Central Station(1998) and City of God(2002). he has directed many award-winning documentaries including Blues(1990), which won the Special Jury Prize at the Festival International du Film D’Art, and Santiago(2007) which won Best Film at the Cinema du Reel.