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Prisoners of the Earth

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Prisoners of the Land
Prisioneros de la tierra
Directed byMario Soffici
Written byUlyses Petit de Murat
Darío Quiroga
CinematographyPablo Tabernero
Edited byGerardo Rinaldi
José de Nico
Music byLucio Demare
Production
company
Distributed byArgentina Sono Film S.A.C.I
Release date
  • 1939 (1939)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryArgentina
LanguagesSpanish
Guaranì

Prisoners of the Land (Spanish: Prisioneros de la tierra) is a 1939 Argentine drama film directed by Mario Soffici. The film premiered in Buenos Aires. The film is often cited as one of the greatest in the history of Argentine cinema, and established Soffici as a "social" filmmaker.[1] It was awarded by the Municipality of Buenos Aires as the best film of the year, and the Silver Condor Award instituted by the Argentine Association of Film Critics.

Cast

Restoration

In 2019, the Museo del Cine of Argentina, with the support of Martin Scorsese's The Film Foundation and the laboratory of the Cineteca di Bologna, restored "Prisoners of the Land" from two 35mm prints of the film found both in Paris at the Cinémathèque Française and in Prague at the Czech Film Archive. The discovery of this two prints was crucial, due to the lack of a national cinematheque and protective cultural politics the original argentine negative was lost during the last century, and the only copy left in the country was a degraded 16mm. Paula Felix-Didier, head of the Museo del Cine and principal responsibility of the restoration, said about the significance of this new copy: "This is a new possibility of seeing one of the fundamental films of the history of Argentine cinema again as it had been decades ago could not be seen, and once again having a deep heritage rescue to understand the history of Argentine cinema and its evolution".[2]

This 2019 restoration was first shown at the Il Cinema Ritrovato Festival in Bologna and later, in December, it was first screened in Argentina at the MALBA, in Buenos Aires.[3]

References

  1. ^ Curiel , Manuel. " Argentina unpublished "28 Lugo Film Week.
  2. ^ "Prisioneros de la tierra, la nueva restauración del Museo". Asociación de amigos del Museo del Cine. Retrieved 27 November 2019.
  3. ^ "Recuperación Prisioneros de la tierra". MALBA.

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