Martin Scorsese - World Cinema Project 1

Titash ekti nadir naam – Ritwik Ghatak, India, 1973
Limite – Mário Peixoto, Brazil, 1931
La Noire de... – Sembène Ousmane, Senegal, 1966
Borom Sarret – Sembène Ousmane, Senegal, 1963


CHF 45.00 / EUR 41.80

As part of his foundation for the preservation of film heritage, the filmmaker Martin Scorsese founded the «World Cinema Project» in association with a number of well-known filmmakers around the world. Many of them have been in the trigon-film collection for thirty years. A natural partnership resulted. Several films from Martin Scorsese's World Cinema Project have already released as single titles in the trigon-film edition. Now we are combining three films twice in two boxes with an accompanying book

In «World Cinema 1», there are a short and a long film by the Senegalese Osmane Sembène, La noire de ... and Borom Sarret, a key work by the Bengali Rhitwik Ghatak, The River Titash and, as a great classic of Brazilian cinema, Limite by Mário Peixoto from the year 1931. All films have been carefully restored by Immagine Ritrovato in Bologna.

The River Titash, Rhitwik Ghatak, India 1973
Limite, Mário Peixoto, Brazil 1931
La noire de..., Sembène Ousmane, Senegal 1966
Borom Sarret, Sembène Ousamen, Senegal 1963

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Digipak with 3 DVDs - Restored versions
Language VO Subtitles français, deutsch
Length 159 | 114 | 65 & 20 min. Format PAL Sound DD 1.0 Age 16 Region code All regions
Bonus Booklet about the World Cinema Project and the films   

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