Fata Morgana 2012-01-01 ( current )

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Following Bellavista and Totó, Peter Schreiner completes his informal trilogy of epic, black-and-white digital-video essay-films with the utterly monumental Fata Morgana. Shot in the Libyan desert and in an abandoned building in Lausitz, Germany, it features a man (Christian Schmidt), a woman (Giuliana Pachner, from Bellavista) - and, glimpsed now and again, a guide (Awad Elkish.) They talk, they fall silent. Winds blow. The sun shines. The camera runs. What gradually takes shape is nothing less than a painstakingly concentrated attempt to understand the human condition through the lens of cinema. A lofty ambition, and one that demands a considerable leap of faith on the part of the audience: this film is sedate, "difficult", challenging, often apparently impenetrable. But anyone who has seen Schreiner's previous films will be aware that he is by any standards a major artist, one that can be trusted to find places that other directors may not even suspect exist.

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  • Giuliana Pachner
  • Christian Schmidt
  • Awad Elkish
  • Peter Schreiner (Director)
  • Peter Schreiner (Cinematography)
  • Peter Schreiner (Editor)
  • Peter Schreiner (Idea)
  • Johannes Schmelzer-Ziringer (Music)






Release Date:

2012-01-01 USA

Run Time:

140 min