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Ulysse

Ulysse

A Short film by Agnès Varda

Produced by Ciné-Tamaris

Production year : 1982

    Synopsis

    At the sea shore, a goat, a child and a naked man. It is a photograph taken by Agnès Varda in 1954. The goat was dead, the child was named Ulysse, and the man was nude. Starting from this image, the film explores the real and the imaginary.

    Participants (3)

    Production and distribution

    Executive Producer :

    Ciné-Tamaris

    TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

    TV broadcasts: details by country

    Full credits (6)

    Producer :

    Agnès Varda

    Director of Photography :

    Jean-Yves Escoffier

    Editor :

    Marie-Jo Audiard

    Screenwriter :

    Agnès Varda

    Sound Recordist :

    Jean-Paul Mugel

    Participants :

    Ulysse Llorca, Bienvenida Llorca, Fouli Elia

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Fiction, Documentary

    Themes :

    Photography

    Production language :

    French

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French

    Production year :

    1982

    Runtime :

    22 min

    Visa number :

    56.204

    Visa issue date :

    12/01/1983

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Color and Black & White

    Aspect ratio :

    1.66

    Audio format :

    Mono

    Rating restrictions :

    None

    Posters (1)

    Director

    Festival Selections (2)

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1984

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1984)

    Selection

    Best Short Documentary Film

    Cannes International Film Festival - 1983

    Cannes International Film Festival (France, 1983)

    Selection

    Un Certain Regard

    Awards

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1984

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1984)

    Awards

    Cesar Award for Best Short Documentary Film