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LANDSCAPE:
landscape: "eisenhuttenstadt"
germany
a film by  JEAN LOïC PORTRON documentary 29'
in German with French voice-over - subtitled in French - beta num pal 4/3 / beta sp pal 4/3 / dvd (dvd5-pal) - ©photography: Jba production
Eisenhüttenstadt is located on the fringes of Brandeburg, 60 miles east of Berlin. The city awes its name to the EisenhüttenKombinat Öst, the largest metallurgical factory in East Germany. After the war there were hopes of building a model factory town where a new society, another
future, could be forget. The first socialist city. The fail of the Berlin wall turned everything upside down but the landscapes seemed not to change. Eisenhüttenstadt appears frozen in time. In spite of appearances, however, the town didn’t escape the upheavals unscathed.
director JEAN LOïC PORTRON - author JEAN-LOïC PORTRON - producer JACQUES BIDOU - productions JBA PRODUCTION, CNC, LA SEPT ARTE, INA, MINISTèRE DE LA CULTURE, MISSION DU PATRIMOINE ETHNOLOGIQUE - image MICHEL BORT - sound MYRIAM RENE - music JEAN MALLET - year of production 1999
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