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FIGNER, THE END OF A SILENT CENTURY

by Nathalie Alonso Casale

synopsis

A fictionalised documentary account of Edgar Figner, the last Gerauschmacher of Saint Petersburg, the man who defines a film by the use of sound.

international title: FIGNER, THE END OF A SILENT CENTURY
original title: FIGNER, THE END OF A SILENT CENTURY
country: Netherlands, United Kingdom, France, Russian Federation
sales agent: Fu Works
year: 2006
genre: docu-fiction
directed by: Nathalie Alonso Casale
film run: 90'
screenplay: José Luis Alonso Hernandez
cast: Edgar Figner, Jevgenii Mercuriev, Tatiana Tkatsch, Angelika Nevolina
cinematography by: Vladas Naudzius
film editing: Irina Gorohovskaja, Chris Lawrence
music: Matt Dray
producer: San Fu Maltha, Nathalie Alonso Casale
production: Fu Works, Jakaranda Productions, Titanic Productions, Barcud Derwen
distributor: 1 More Film
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