Posted on April 26, 2010
President Documentary Film Festival of Marseille spoke at Buenos Aires on the possibilities of non-fiction and other genres-fuzzy-border today.
It was an excellent opportunity for those film students who, more than recipes and formulas, seeking possible itineraries. Jean-Pierre Rehm, director of the International Documentary Film Festival of Marseille, was in Buenos Aires under the BAFICI.
Rehm, whose visit has been made possible by Talent Campus and the University of film , insisted that the borders between fiction and documentary are less clear than before. But this is not bad news for the French filmmaker. Instead, Rehm says the end of the documentary film is "invented for every situation the best cinematic translation of a language and reality hitherto unimaginable."
Member of the editorial board of Cahiers du Cinéma Rehm revalued documentaries highlighting that it is "the art of testimony." "And this art must use all the resources at your disposal. If these resources come from the film - from its techniques and its history - or from the other arts, science or politics, does not matter, all that matters is the accuracy and adequacy of the translation. Multiply these translations in order to increase our affinity with the things of this world .. "Rehm, who also has served as one of the most detailed French critics concluded.
Rehm, along cinematographer Thomas Mauch and Bettina Böhler montajista offered points of view on enriching their experiences in the documentary category. Not to ignore their professional virtues, from MV Experiences also take this opportunity to thank you for choosing us as they pass through Argentina.