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Foto di Renato Berta
Foto di Renato Berta

Renato Berta

“'They all have a high regard for Renato Berta’s quest as a cinematographer for new, unspent images which elude the seemingly ubiquitous advertising and lifestyle clichés,' states the Advisory Committee of the Marburg Cinematography Prize.”

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    LOVER FOR A DAY

    Philippe Garrel Francia, 2017

    In this lithe romantic triangle, Philippe Garrel shows us he only needs the barest means—plus 35mm B&W film—to tell a story. Co-scripted with his regular collaborator Jean-Claude Carrière, the film oozes desire and intensity, as two women (one played by his daughter Esther) find out what love means.

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    CHARLES, DEAD OR ALIVE

    Alain Tanner Svizzera, 1969

    For his 1969 feature debut, director Alain Tanner (In the White City) transplants the revolutionary spark and spirit of May ‘68 to his native Switzerland, intelligently examining a man’s attempt to trade his comfortable bourgeois life for the counterculture. Winner of Locarno’s Golden Leopard!

    GEBO E L'OMBRA

    Manoel de Oliveira Portogallo, 2012

    Late periods don’t get any later than that of Manoel de Oliveira. The Portuguese maestro directed this exquisite confection at the sprightly age of 104—when he still had five more films to come! Painterly, and rigorously contained, it’s a masterful study in hypocrisy, complacency, and morality.

    THE SALT OF TEARS

    Philippe Garrel Francia, 2020

    Philippe Garrel’s exquisite new film—about a rake’s wayward desires and inability to truly respect the women in his life—is a gem of a moral tale from the post-New Wave legend. Premiering in the Berlinale’s competition, it is co-written by the late Jean-Claude Carrière and shot on luminous 35mm.

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