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Alberto Giacometti

Switzerland, 1966 (MIFF 1967, Art Films)

Director: Ernst Scheidegger

The artist, Giacometti, shows his portraits, still lifes, and landscapes in his studio at Montparnasse. He then displays his sculptures — surrealist, geometric and realistic — at his studio in the Swiss mountains, and finally, discusses the problems of art.

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