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Viva Dada

Viva Dada

Régine Abadia

France | 2015 | 52 min
Award for Best Educative Film, ex-aequo, FIFA 2016

In 1916, artists from across Europe came together around a pacifist ideal, calling themselves the Dadaists. This international, controversial artistic and literary movement would revolutionize art in the twentieth century. One hundred years later, this film allows the voices of the Dadaists — Tristan Tzara, Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia, Jean Arp and Man Ray — to be heard again, as subversive as ever. It also follows the completion of one of Tzara’s major unfinished projects: Dadaglobe, a compendium and a genuine work of art.
Director Régine Abadia
Script Régine Abadia
Production Sophie Parrault
Editing Vincent Schmitt, Joseph Licidé
Artists Tristan Tzara, Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia, Jean Arp, Man Ray, Max Ernst, Raoul Hausmann, Hannah Höch, Hugo Ball
Narration Françoise Cadol
Sound Jean-François Mabire, Romain Parrault, Jules Evrard
Cinematography Dominique Colin, Dominique Fausset
Graphic creation Ricardo Kump
Animation Ricardo Kump
Music Margarida Guia

Production

Régine Abadia