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Co/Ma (2004)

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19 filmmakers from ten european countries selected by Mike Figgis for a Masterclass by the European Film Academy come to Slovenia in a challenging mission: to conceive, shoot, complete a ... See full summary »

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Susi
Aljosa Kovacic ...
Mickey Dortville
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Isabella
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Prof.Kurt (as Fabi Passamonte)
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Weissman
Lana Baric ...
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Isabella Parkinson ...
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Vladimir Bouchier ...
Shukov
Doris Schretzmayer ...
Dorothy
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19 filmmakers from ten european countries selected by Mike Figgis for a Masterclass by the European Film Academy come to Slovenia in a challenging mission: to conceive, shoot, complete a 90m feature film in seven days and screen it on the day after in a cinema for the public. Written by krk

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co/ma is interesting and funny
12 January 2008 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

to make a feature length film in a week and show it to the public is a highly original idea. and to do so in a collective, democratic work structure where everyone involved in the making is a filmmaker and has equal rights in the decision making process is a new perspective in film-making, if it works or not is something else. the mike figgis audio comments alone make this DVD worth watching, everything he has to say about film-making is worth listening to if one is interested in films. all the participants are interesting to observe while doing their thing, some are more outgoing others do their thing in a quite way. there are some parts here that seem to long but seeing it as what it was, a masterclass for young filmmakers and as an experiment, a lecture and a documentary of work in process, Co/Ma is definitely cool. In some original sources all participants share all credits, so this is not a Mike FIggis Film, its a film with and by co/ma (cooperative marxists).


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