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CINEMA DIVERSE: DIRECTOR’S CHOICE 2016 The Female Perspective (The Pearl Button)

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01AAC-04-2016-04-DOC-02

Format

DOC

Title

CINEMA DIVERSE: DIRECTOR’S CHOICE 2016 The Female Perspective (The Pearl Button)

Date (s) of description

10-01-2018

Artist (s)

Soraya Nakasuwan

Extent and medium of the unit of description

1 file

Name of main creator (s)

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Archival history

Event Date: 21 May 2016
Location: Auditorium, 5th floor
The Pearl Button (Chile / 2015)
The Pearl Button is a 2015 Chilean documentary film. It was screened in the main competition section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear for Best Script. It won the Lumières Award for Best Documentary at the 21st Lumières Awards.
The film is part of a triptych with Nostalgia for the Light and potentially a third film focusing on the Andes, exploring familiar Guzmán themes such as memory and the historical past, particularly of that of the history's "losers" rather than victors, as it documents the settlement of Chile’s Tierra del Fuego, including some of the last surviving descendants of the original Alacalufe and Yaghan inhabitants.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Arts Activities department

Language/ scripts of material

Thai Language, English

Related units of description

Press release

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Reference ISAD (G) to describe a set of documents

Specific access points

Cinema Diverse

Keywords

Motion pictures, Motion pictures--Interviews

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