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Le bal

Author: Giorgio SilvagniEttore ScolaJean-Claude PenchenatRuggero MaccariFurio ScarpelliAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, ©1984, ©1982.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Presents an ensemble cast set in a Parisian dance hall where stories are communicated with dance and music throughout five decades of French history. The film is done in pantomime, without dialogue. The music and dance illustrate key moments in French social history.
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Foreign language films
Drama
History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Giorgio Silvagni; Ettore Scola; Jean-Claude Penchenat; Ruggero Maccari; Furio Scarpelli; Christophe Allwright; Aziz Arbia; Marc Berman; Régis Bouquet; Chanthal Capron; Martine Chauvin; Liliane Delval; Francesco De Rosa; Rossana De Lorenzo; Etienne Guichard; Raymonde Heudeline; Arnault Lecarpentier; Olivier Loiseau; Nani Noël; Jean-François Perrier; Anita Picchiarini; François Pick; Geneviève Rey-Penchenat; Danielle Rochard; Monica Scattini; Michel Toty; Michel Van Speybroeck; Vladimir Cosma; Armando Trovajoli; d'Dée.; Ricardo Aronovich; Raimondo Crociani; Warner Home Video (Firm); AMLF (Firm); Cinéproduction (Firm); Films A2 (Firm); Massfilm.; Algeria. Office National pour le commerce et l'industrie cinématographique.; France. Ministère de la culture.
OCLC Number: 150900610
Language Note: In French.
Notes: "Une coproduction Franco-Italo-Algéríenne, Cineproductions S.A., Films A2 (Paris), Massfilm (Roma), ONCIC (Alger) ; avec le concours du Ministere de la Culture de la République Française."
Based on the popular stage production for the Théàtre du Campagnol.
"Foreign film festival"--Container.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1982 in France, Italy, and Algeria; originally released in France in 1983.
Credits: Direction musicale et musiques originales Wladimir Cosma ; conseiller musical Armando Trovajoli, danses réglées par D'Dee ; directeur de la photographie Ricardo Aronovich ; montage Raimondo Crociani.
Performer(s): Avec: Christophe Allwright, Aziz Arbia, Marc Berman, Regis Bouquet, Chantal Capron, Martine Chauvin, Liliane Delval, Francesco de Rosa, Rossana de Lorenzo, Etienne Guichard, Raymonde Heudeline, Arnault Lecarpentier, Olivier Loiseau, Nani Noel, Jean-Claude Penchenat, Jean-François Perrier, Anita Picchiarini, François Pick, Genevieve Rey-Penchenat, Danielle Rochard, Monica Scattini, Michel Toty, Michel Van Speybroeck.
Awards: César Award, 1983: Best film, Best director, Best music written for a film.
David de Donatello Award, 1983: Best film, Best directing, Best editing, Best music.
Berlin Film Festival, 1983: Silver bear award for best director.
Description: 1 videocassette (113 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Responsibility: Warner Home Video ; AMLF ; Giorgio Silvagni pré́́sente un film de Ettore Scola ; scénario de Jean-Claude Penchenat, Ruggero Maccari, Furio Scarpelli, Ettore Scola, d'après le spectacle du Théàtre du Campagnol ; sur une idée originale de Jean-Claude Penchenat ; produit par Giorgio Silvagni ; mise en scène Ettore Scola.

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Presents an ensemble cast set in a Parisian dance hall where stories are communicated with dance and music throughout five decades of French history. The film is done in pantomime, without dialogue. The music and dance illustrate key moments in French social history.

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