|by Berthold BARTOSCH|
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Based on woodcuts by Frans Masereel, music by Arthur Honegger
"(...) Bartosch showed that animation could be POETIC... It was Bartosch who first dared to give animation the dimension of a great art, trusting it to vopice his pain, to lay bare his heart, to tell of his hope for a better future - which he never saw."
-Alexander Alexeieff and Claire Parker, 1969
Bartosch's only surviving film was made single-handely in Paris in 1932. Almost 45000 frames were animated on four different levels simultaneously, often with as many as 18 superimpositions made in the camera.
1932 / n&b / sonore / 25' 00
by Berthold BARTOSCH
|zone||0 (region free)|
|running time||30 min.|