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Becoming Traviata - © _les films pelleas

Becoming Traviata

A Feature film by Philippe Béziat

Produced by Les Films Pelléas

Release in France : 24/10/2012


    Spring, 2011. Jean-François Sivadier stages La Traviata at Aix-en-Provence, Louis Langrée conducts the London Symphony Orchestra, Natalie Dessay is Violetta.
    Over two months, from the rehearsal rooms to behind the scenes of the Théâtre de l’Archevêché, a film crew closely followed the production's development from up close
    How does one become La Traviata? How does the story appear to us on the theater stage?
    How does emotion spring to life again from a conductor's baton, between the orchestra and the choir? How is the magic of opera renewed and reproduced?
    How does one become a character?
    Each and every one of us has had a date at some time or another with this woman, this work, this myth: TRAVIATA.

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    Executive Producer :

    Les Films Pelléas

    French distribution :

    Dulac Distribution

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    Full credits (7)

    Executive Producer :

    Philippe Martin

    Directors of Photography :

    Raphaël O'Byrne, Hichame Alaouié, Ned Burgess, Matthieu Poirot-Delpech

    Editor :

    Cyril Leuthy

    Sound Mixer :

    Emmanuel Croset

    Sound Recordist :

    Laurent Gabiot

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Agnès Chabot

    Sound Editor :

    François Méreu

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    Feature film

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    100% French (France)

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    1 h 52 min

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    Dolby 5.1

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