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Published on Oct 17, 2011
Eden's Ark is a film poem about memory and preservation. Through a permanent, if discreet, analogy between the conservation of botany and cinema, and by following the footsteps of an ever wandering traveller, the film links the past and the future, both mythical, of our efforts to preserve.
Edited, written and directed by Marcelo Felix. Produced and narrated by Isabel Machado. Image by Miguel Amaral, Christine Reeh and Isabel Machado. Sound by Ricardo Sequeira. A CRIM production (Portugal/Brazil/Italy 2011). Length: 80'
Best Film On Art - Festival Temps d'Images, Lisbon 2011 Best Film - Move Cine Arte, Monte Verde, Brazil 2012 Official Selection -- International Film Festival DocLisboa, 2011 Official Selection - Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, 2011 Official Selection - International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2012 Official Selection - Prix L'Age d'Or - Cinédécouvertes, Brussels, 2012 Official Selection - Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, Montreal, 2012