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PARIS CLAIR-OBSCUR

PARIS CLAIR-OBSCUR

Cécile O. Carvallo, Felipe Vega

Spain | 2019 | 12 min
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A shadowy figure wanders the streets of Nazi-occupied Paris in search of lost memory. He manages to gather a few fragments so that others might reconstruct the long journey of forgetting. French writer Patrick Modiano dedicated much of his life to wandering through Paris and through a past he never knew, that of the Nazi occupation, in search of a place where reality and fiction collide and come to form strange shadows, what we call memories. This film leads the viewer into poetic wandering.
Director Felipe Vega, Cécile O. Carvallo
Script Cécile O. Carvallo
Cinematography Cécile O. Carvallo
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Cécile O. Carvallo

Cécile O. Carvallo

Cécile O. Carvallo takes photographs. Felipe Vega makes films. Both read the French writer Patrick Modiano and unveil his stories about a Paris that barely exists today, that of the German Occupation during the last century. Consequently, they blend photography and film to tell a brief story taken from the bloody history of the twentieth century. With her camera, Cécile views the city and its melancholy. Then, together, they set up a documentary: PARIS CLAIR-OBSCUR. Meanwhile, Cécile O. Carvallo publishes a book on Picasso, and Felipe Vega exhibits a documentary about another photographer, Carlos Pérez Siquier.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Felipe Vega

Felipe Vega

Cécile O. Carvallo takes photographs. Felipe Vega makes films. Both read the French writer Patrick Modiano and unveil his stories about a Paris that barely exists today, that of the German Occupation during the last century. Consequently, they blend photography and film to tell a brief story taken from the bloody history of the twentieth century. With her camera, Cécile views the city and its melancholy. Then, together, they set up a documentary: PARIS CLAIR-OBSCUR. Meanwhile, Cécile O. Carvallo publishes a book on Picasso, and Felipe Vega exhibits a documentary about another photographer, Carlos Pérez Siquier.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.

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