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by Carlos Benpar


This follow-up to Filmmakers vs. Tycoons is a testimony to the manipulation and mutilation of films and the producers battling to maintaining the integrity and respect of their works. A variety of filmmakers defend their moral rights, including Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen. From trials in Paris that defend John Huston's motive to release the coloured version of The Asphalt Jungle, to a case in Copenhagen where the original scope format of a Sydney Pollack film was manipulated for television, the various ways in which films are altered are brought to light.

international title: Filmmakers in Action
original title: Cineastes en acció
country: Spain
year: 2005
genre: documentary
directed by: Carlos Benpar
film run: 95'
release date: ES 15/09/2006
screenplay: Ferran Alberich, Carlos Benpar
cinematography by: Tomás Pladevall, Xavier Cami
film editing: Manu de la Reina
art director: Josep Rosell
costumes designer: Virginia Barrachina
music: Xavier Oró, Pep Solórzano
producer: Carlos Benpar, Carmen Guzmán, Isabel Andrés
distributor: Sagrera Audiovisual
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