Marceline. A Woman. A Century

  • Cordelia Dvorák
  • France, Netherlands
  • 2018
  • 58 min
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A portrait of the strong-minded writer and filmmaker Marceline Loridan-Ivens (1928-2018). As a girl, she survived Auschwitz-Birkenau, after which she had to find herself as a woman in freedom. Her approach was radical and unconventional, she says. As she approaches the age of 90, in essence she appears unchanged; her life simply moves a bit more slowly.

Credits

Director
Cordelia Dvorák
Production
Christilla Huillard-Kann for Elda Productions
Co-production
Annemiek van der Hell for Windmill Film BV
Involved TV Channel
France 3 / Avrotros / SVT / SSR / TSR / , France 3, AVROTROS, SVT, RTS, SRF, TV5 Monde, Toute l'histoire, Radio Canada, SSR/TSR

Contact

World Sales
Anna Berthollet for Sweet Spot Docs
Festival Handling
Anna Berthollet for Sweet Spot Docs

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Spoken languages
French
German

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