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Films By Chris Marker

2084 (CFDT Groupe Audiovisuel, Chris Marker, 1984)
In ten minutes on Antenne 2 (Paris) on the 29th March 1984 the CFDT (French Democratic Labourer's Confederation) tried to ... imagine where it had come from and where it was heading. ... On the occas… Read more

DESCRIPTION OF A STRUGGLE (Chris Marker, 1961)
Winner of the Golden Bear for the best long documentary film at the Berlin Film Festival, Chris Marker's film has been acclaimed both in France and Israel: "The best documentary on Israel, ever, and … Read more

LE JOLI MAI (Chris Marker,Pierre Lhomme, 1963)
"What distinguishes the film most … is its wit, both verbal and visual, so that it is simultaneously illuminating and funny." – Time Out London ... It's May 1962, and with the end o… Read more

Le mystère Koumiko (Chris Marker, 1965)
Chris Marker whose films, Description of a Struggle, Le joli Mai and La jetee, have been shown at previous Festivals, went to Japan to film the Olympic Games. But there he discovered, working for a f… Read more

LEVEL 5 (Chris Marker, 1996)
In his new film, Chris Marker continues to explore the ways in which new technologies can inform our comprehension of traumatic his­torical events. Like his earlier film Sans Solei,. Level Five m… Read more

SUNLESS (Chris Marker, 1983)
A freelance cameraman travels around the world and wonders about the role of the images he creates. These images,as manifestations of his memories, are being commented upon by a woman friend, who rea… Read more

THE LAST BOLSHEVIK (Chris Marker, 1993)
The Last Bolshevik opens with the contention that it is not the literal past that hold us in thrall, but the images of that past. ... An intelligent and inspiring filmmaker, Chris Marker (Sans Soleil… Read more

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