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The Seine Meets Paris

France, 1957 (MIFF 1959, Programme 25)

Director: Joris Ivens

The buildings and bridges, the people and their lives viewed from the Seine as it flows through Paris.

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MONASTERY, THE

Denmark, 2006
Wills are tested and lives changed forever in this heartwarming and often hilarious story of two very different people thrown together by chance. Fifty years ago, 82 year-old Vig bought a castle in … More »

INDONESIA CALLING: JORIS IVENS IN AUSTRALIA

Australia, 2009
“Our documentary history shouldn't be forgotten.” - filmmaker John Hughes ... In 1946 celebrated Dutch documentarian Joris Ivens defied his government and released a radical film supporting Indon… More »

Touch

Netherlands, 1967
A co-worker of Joris Ivens gives a personal impression of the port of Rotterdam. ... More »

Time

Netherlands, 1983
This remarkable film marks a new departure in the career of a unique director. Having shed the early classification of a modern Joris Ivens or a Dutch combination of Peter Watkins with the ethonograp… More »

HOW YUKONG MOVED THE MOUNTAINS

France, 1976
Jons Ivens' involvement with China began in 1938, when he filmed his The 400 Million, his account of the Sino-Japanese War. He returned to China again in the '50s and '60s, then filmed, with his wife… More »

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