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Naoshima (Dream on the Tongue)

Naoshima (Dream on the Tongue)

A Feature film by Claire Laborey

Produced by Films de Force Majeure

Production year : 2014

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Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producer :

Films de Force Majeure

French distribution :

Films de Force Majeure

Film exports/foreign sales :

Films de Force Majeure

Synopsis

Naoshima is a small Japanese island in the Seto Inland Sea. Since the 1990s, a fascinating contemporary art site has taken shape on the island. Instigated and nurtured by an entrepreneur, museums and open air exhibitions have developed on Naoshima, which was previously inhabited by fishermen, farmers, and workers, and was marked by a post-industrial exodus, and a decline in the population and the local economy.
Naoshima (Dream on the Tongue ) explores this island, a terrain for unexpected exchanges between contemporary art, traditions, and everyday life.
5 square miles of utopia recounted by its inhabitants.

Photos (4)

Full credits (5)

Executive Producer :

Jean-Laurent Csinidis

Production managers :

Hélène Colombié, Jérôme Nunes

Music Composer :

Lionel Ginoux

Director of photography :

Leena Koppe

Editor :

Emmanuelle Baude

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Documentary

Production language :

Japanese

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Production year :

2014

French release :

Runtime :

1 h 7 min

Current status :

Upcoming release

Approval :

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

16/9

Audio format :

Stereo