terça-feira, 30 de março de 2010

The New York Times: Direct Route to Lisbon Bypasses the Art House

IT says something (not good) about the state of foreign film distribution in the United States that the Portuguese director Pedro Costa has become one of the most exalted figures in world cinema without having a single one of his creations open in a commercial theater here.
Instead his work has been disseminated through not-for-profit institutions like Anthology Film Archives (which presented a Costa retrospective in 2007) and the New York Film Festival (which showed his newest film, “Ne Change Rien,” a documentary about the French actress and singer Jeanne Balibar, in the fall).

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