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ANGEL OF THE WIND

Australia, 2008 (MIFF 2008, MIFF Premiere Film Fund)

Director: Tahir Cambis

ANGEL OF THE WIND

"When filming wars, I noticed everybody had a sense of their roles as actors in a grand tragedy - imbuing moments that could be their last with spiritual dimensions. Here, the actor is a portal - to an eventual journey with each of us as actor in the human story." - filmmaker Tahir Cambis

A groundbreaking ‘hybrid' film, Angel poetically interweaves performance, Australian cinema and World War II air combat footage with a rich musical score.
Emmy Award winner Tahir Cambis (Exile in Sarajevo) follows actor-turned-producer Matt Crosby and a large Tokyo cast, who stage a spectacular Melbourne theatre production - a vaudevillian journey to the underworld of dead kamikaze pilots.
Expanding on Japanese spiritual concepts of flight, love and war, Angel of the Wind is a uniquely stylised, cinematic journey of our collective memories.


D Tahir Cambis P Matt Crosby, Tahir Cambis L English, Japanese w/English subtitles TD digibeta/2008/90mins

See also...

ANTHEM

Australia, 2004
Anthem Australia From the plight of asylum seekers in Australia to the desperate situation of refugees on the frontlines of Afghanistan, Anthem is a powerful new documentary from Tahir Cambis (Exile … More »

EXILE IN SARAJEVO

Australia, 1997
Multiculturalism under siege. Exile In Sarajevo is a passionate and persona! account of the siege of Sarajevo, from the viewpoint of Bosnian-Australian Tahir Cambis and Sarajevan, Alma Sahbaz. ... Th… More »

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