Jean-Marie Straub et Danièle Huillet

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First version, Dante, O somma luce, with Giorgio Passerone
– Film by Jean-Marie Straub
– [Image] Renato Berta, Jean-Paul Toraille, Arnaud Dommerc, Franck Ciochetti
– [Sound] Jean-Pierre Duret,
[Editing] Catherine Quesemand,
[Sound Mix] Jean-Pierre Laforce
– [Le Fresnoy] Florent Le Duc, Baptiste Evrand, Blandine Tourneux, Cyrille Lauwerier
– [Producer] Barbara Ulrich
– [Assistants] Romano Guelfi, Maurizio Buquicchio, Giulio Bursi
– Music: Edgar Varèse, Déserts, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, December 2, 1954
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– Production: Straub-Huillet, Martine Marignac, Pierre Grise Productions,
Cyrille Bordonzotti
– Andrea Bacci, Teatro Communale di Buti
– Frédéric Papon, Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains TEXT: Dante Alighieri, “Canto XXXIII” of Paradiso,
Divina Commedia. CAMERA: Red One.
PRODUCTION DATES AND LOCATION: Buti, September 7–10, 2009.

First version SUBTITLED IN ENGLISH by Misha Donat and Straub, based on Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s translation of 1867, IN GERMAN by Peter Kammerer and Straub, IN FRENCH BY Giorgio Passerone and Straub.
FIRST SCREENING: 2010 Locarno Film Festival (August); 2010 New York Film Festival, Views from the Avant-Garde (October 1).