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Les films de Man Ray

Author: Man Ray; Jean-Michel Bouhours; Musée national d'art moderne (France); Centre Georges Pompidou.
Publisher: Paris : Centre Pompidou, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Born in Philadelphia in 1890, Man Ray settled in Paris in 1921 to join in with the Dada movement. He was a radically experimental artist of genius who won immense critical acclaim for his photographic work. In the 1920s, Man Ray directed four films which, although they are little known to the general public, made him a major figure in avant-garde cinema. His film-making was as radical as his pictures and his  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Man Ray; Jean-Michel Bouhours; Musée national d'art moderne (France); Centre Georges Pompidou.
OCLC Number: 181373065
Language Note: Titles in French; captions in French with English subtitles; credits in English.
Notes: Films restored by the Musée national d'art moderne and Centre Pompidou, under the direction of Jean-Michel Bouhours.
Credits: Musical reconstructions from Man Ray's personal record collection by Jacques Guillot; video editing, Didier Coudray.
Description: 1 videodisc (112 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 brochure (22 p. ; 18 cm.)
Details: DVD.
Contents: Le retour à la raison (1923, 2 min.) --
Emak Bakia (1926, 17 min.) --
L'étoile de mer (1928, 15 min.) --
Les mystères du château du dé (1929, 25 min.) --
Ten short autobiographical films (b&w, si.): Rue Campagne-première (ca. 1923-1929) --
Corrida (1929) --
Autoportrait ou ce qui manque à nous tous (1930) --
Poison (ca. 1930) --
L'atelier du Val de Grâce (ca. 1935) --
Course landaise (ca. 1937) --
La Garoupe (ca. 1937) --
Ady (1935) --
Dance (1938) --
Juliet (ca. 1940).
Other Titles: Retour à la raison.
Emak Bakia.
Étoile de mer.
Mystères du château du dé.
Rue Campagne-première.
Corrida.
Autoportrait ou ce qui manque à nous tous.
Poison.
Atelier du Val de Grâce.
Course landaise.
Garoupe.
Ady.
Dance.
Juliet.
Films: Man Ray
Man Ray films
Responsibility: [produced by] Centre Georges Pompidou.

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Born in Philadelphia in 1890, Man Ray settled in Paris in 1921 to join in with the Dada movement. He was a radically experimental artist of genius who won immense critical acclaim for his photographic work. In the 1920s, Man Ray directed four films which, although they are little known to the general public, made him a major figure in avant-garde cinema. His film-making was as radical as his pictures and his objects. This is a collection of his works including 10 short home movies never before released.

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