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Lullaby to My Father

Lullaby to My Father

A Feature film by Amos Gitaï

Produced by Agav Films

Release in France : 16/01/2013

    Synopsis

    The film interweaves historic events and personal memories.
    I observe the way in which architecture represents the transformation of society and those that give shape to this architecture. We follow the path of Munio, my father, born in 1909 in Silesia, in Poland, son of a sharecropper of a Prussian junker. When he was 18, Munio left for Berlin and Dessau to meet Walter Gropius, Kandinsky, and Paul Klee at the Bauhaus. In 1933, the Bauhaus was shut down by the Nazis, who accused Munio of treason against the German people. Munio was jailed, then deported to Basel. He left there for Palestine. When arriving in Haifa, he started a career as an architect and adapted the modernist European princiiples to the Middle East.

    The film is a journey in search of the relationship between a father and his son, architecture and cinema, the story of a life path and of personal fragments.

    Amos Gitai

    Actors (3)

    Production and distribution (5)

    Executive Producer :

    Agav Films

    Foreign production companies :

    Elefant Films, Agav Hafakot

    French distribution :

    Épicentre Films

    Co-production :

    Arte France Cinéma

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    Agav Films

    TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

    TV broadcasts: details by country

    Photos (5)

    Full credits (12)

    Executive Producer :

    Laurent Truchot

    Line Producers :

    Laurent Truchot, Amos Gitaï

    Foreign producers :

    Alexandre Iordachescu, Amos Gitaï

    Directors of Photography :

    Renato Berta, Giora Bejach, Richard Copans, Amos Gitaï, Gabriele Basilico

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Agnès Chabot

    Music Composers :

    Zoe Keating, Abel Ehrlich

    Assistant directors :

    Marieke Staub, Ivonne Dippmann, Haim Rinsky

    Screenwriter :

    Amos Gitaï

    Voice :

    Jeanne Moreau, Hanna Schygulla

    Sound recordists :

    Michel Kharat, Alex Claude, Israël David

    Editor :

    Isabelle Ingold

    Foley artist :

    Sebastian Stroux

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Drama

    Production language :

    French

    Coproducer countries :

    France, Switzerland, Italy, Poland

    Original French-language productions :

    Yes

    Nationality :

    Majority French (France, Switzerland, Italy, Poland)

    Production year :

    2012

    French release :

    16/01/2013

    Runtime :

    1 h 27 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    127.924

    Visa issue date :

    24/11/2011

    Approval :

    Yes

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    1.85

    Audio format :

    Digital 5.1

    Rating restrictions :

    None