Athens International Film Festival

Farewell Anatolia

Somewhere between documentary and poetic essay, this film was born out of Tornes' love for Africa and the Orients, his never-ending agony over bloody revolutions and his passionate use of cinema to approach the Other.

Staros Tornes' first non-fiction short combines a beautifully poetic text with a series of tracking shots in the streets of Rome, set to music by Charlotte Van Gelder.

Somewhere between documentary and poetic essay, this film was born out of Tornes' love for Africa and the Orients, his never-ending agony over bloody revolutions and his passionate use of cinema to approach the Other. K.S.

Σκηνοθεσία / Director
Stavros Tornes

Σενάριο / Screenwriters
Stavros Tornes

Φωτογραφία / DoP
Ugo Adilardi

Ιταλία / Italy
1976
Έγχρωμο / Color
16 mm
36'
Ελληνικά, Ιταλικά / Greek, Italian



    Publication date: 2014-09-10 12:30:00

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