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Cinematology

Galileo´s Thermometer Galileo´s Thermometer

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Cinematology | Cinematology | Teresa VILLAVERDE | Portugal | 2018 | 105min | DCP | color | Documentary
Director Teresa VILLAVERDE Screenplay Teresa VILLAVERDE Producer Teresa VILLAVERDE Cinematography Teresa VILLAVERDE Art Director Teresa VILLAVERDE Editor Teresa VILLAVERDE Sound Teresa VILLAVERDE Music Teresa VILLAVERDE Music Tonino de BERNARDI, Mariella NAVALE

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
456 2018. 05. 07 19:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 10
HEK15GV
Ticket Wish
816 2018. 05. 11 13:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 10
HEK15
Ticket Wish
  • Review

    We witness a conversation with the Italian director Tonino De Bernardi whose film [#i_]Elettra[_i#](1987) adapted from the tragedy of Sophocles featured non-professional actors from his village. Portuguese director Teresa Villaverde observes the cult filmmaker and his family in Piemonte, Italy. They exchange questions and answers in a car ride. There’s something strangely touching about Bernadi’s quirky behavior, and Villaverde´s unique passion for recording is made apparent throughout. Made of several glass vessels of varying mass, a Galileo’s thermometer measures temperature using the changing density of liquid. This is the secret behind Bernardi’s filmmaking. There are differences between the two filmmakers but those differences become important indicators for measuring the world’s attitude towards arts and cinema. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Teresa VILLAVERDE

Born in 1966, Portugal. She had a supporting role in Joao Cesar Monteiro´s Hovering Over the Water(1986), has regularly worked on Portuguese film productions, for instance as editing assistant and scriptwriter. She made her debut as a director with the much-lauded Alex(1991). Her film The Mutants(1998) was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.