Director: Jean Barral
The film is content merely to walk among Douanier Rousseau's paintings, into a world beyond reality, to the heart of the painter's dream.
An analysis of the greater part of Degas work which formed the central theme of his career: the ballet dancer. ... World Premiere, Melbourne Festival. ... More »
Without commentary, the film depicts the story of Christ as drawn by Rembrandt. The Christ story takes place in the houses, towns, canals, streets and fields of 17th Century Holland. One hundred and ... More »
An account of the work of the celebrated artist Lurcat at the Aubusson Ateliers, known for their tapestries and carpets. ... More »
The great French writer, Victor Hugo was also a remarkable draftsman. The film is based on a selection from 400 of his little known drawings. ... More »
A homage to Delacroix on the occasion of the centenary of his death. The image and music alone comment on what are mostly unpublished drawings and sketches. ... More »
Through a lyrical tracing of the evolution of Rubin's work, this film shows the land of Israel, its moods and its people. ... More »