Ingmar Bergman, Eisenstein or Lumiere, first ‘Treasures of the culture of European cinema’

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    • The aim is to group “places of symbolic character for European cinema, historical value that must be maintained and protected”.
    • The list has been created by the European Film Academy.

    The Bergmancenter on the island of Faro (Sweden), Eisenstein Center in Moscow, the Institute Lumière Lyon and the World of Tonino Guerra Pennabilli (Italy) are the four first places on the list of Cultural Treasures European Film created by the Academy of European Film.

    This is an initiative of film historian and former director of the Moscow Film Museum Naum Kleiman and Ulrich and Erika Gregor, co-founders of the Forum of Berlinale.

    These four sites are the first to get on the list, you want to group “symbolic places for European cinema, historical value that must be maintained and protected not only now, but for generations to come, “said Academy (EFA) in a statement.

    The Bergmancenter is a museum and a meeting place which focuses on the work and artistic achievements of the Swedish director and founding president of the EFA Ingmar Bergman , which devotes several workshops, in addition to project their films.

    The Eisenstein Centre aims to preserve the belongings and personal library Sergei Eisenstein Mikhailoich in addition to preparing the publication of his theoretical works, organize film retrospectives and exhibitions of drawings to advise researchers, teachers, students, translators and foreign publishers.

    A center that is currently in a state of reorganization, waiting to find a new location with the necessary safety and public accessibility.

    The Third on the list is the Lumière Institute in Lyon, dedicated to the promotion and preservation of film, that has a library, a gallery and a museum to honor the contribution to the cinematography of Auguste and Louis Lumière. Each year in October, the Institute organizes Lumière Film Festival Lumière in Lyon Metropole.

    The World of Tonino Guerra is the place where the works are presented this legendary screenwriter, co-author of the screenplays for “Amarcord”, “Blow up” or “Casanova 70”, work for which he was nominated for an Oscar. A center located in Rimini and having an archive and library that allows to study and analyze his work







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    Ingmar Bergman, Eisenstein or Lumiere, first ‘Treasures of the culture of European cinema’
    Source: www.hipertextual.com  
    February 3, 2015

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