Les trois-quarts de la vieThree Quarters of a Life
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Groupe Medvedkine Sochaux
The Groupe Medvedkine Sochaux was a group of filmmakers founded in 1968, which was active in the eastern French city of Sochaux. The collective consisted of about 40 young militant workers from the local Peugeot factory as well as politically committed filmmakers, including Bruno Muel and Chris Marker. The name of the group was chosen as a homage to the work of Soviet director Alexandr Medvedkin. Another Groupe Medvedkine was active in Besançon.
1972 Week-end à Sochaux; 53 min. 1973 Le train en marche (Die Kamera in der Fabrik); 89 min., with Chris Marker · Septembre chilien (Chilian September); 39 Min., with Bruno Muel, Théo Robichet 1974 Avec le sang des autres (The Blood of the Others); 52 min., with Bruno Muel
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2020