Ji.hlava IDFF Presents: Masterclass - Peter Tscherkassky

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Year
2014
Country
  • Czech Republic
  • Austria
Duration
82min
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Master Class of Peter Tscherkassky starts with the screening of Instructions for a Light and Sound Machine, premiered at Cannes IFF as part of the independent section, Quinzaine des réalisateurs. The Master Class itself focuses on an analysis of this film.

Peter Tscherkassky was born in 1958 in Vienna. He studied journalism and political science as well as philosophy at the University of Vienna. Tscherkassky began filming in 1979 when he acquired Super-8 equipment and before the end of the year he had scripted and started off the shooting of Kreuzritter. Tscherkassky’s deconstructions of film material reinterpret fragments from the history of cinematography, simultaneously creating entirely unique qualities.

Watch Instructions for a Light and Sound Machine and Tscherkassky's retrospective on DAFilms.com.

Jihlava IDFF 2014

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  • Original title
    Ji.hlava IDFF Presents: Masterclass - Peter Tscherkassky
  • Direction
  • Duration
    82 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    2014
  • Country
    • Czech Republic
    • Austria
  • Colour
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