Passion of Joan of Arc film Product Information
|Category||Foreign Films DVDs, Silent Films Movies, Criterion Collection Videos, Dramas, Classic, Recommended, Vintage, Essential Cinema, Religion, Silent Cinema, Heroes, Injustice|
|Starring||Maria Falconetti, Antonin Artaud, Jean d'Yd, Louis Ravet, Maurice Schultz, Michel Simon, Eugene Sylvain|
|Director||Carl Theodor Dreyer|
|Director of Photography||Rudolph Mate|
|Editor||Carl Theodor Dreyer|
|Screenwriter||Carl Theodor Dreyer|
Passion of Joan of Arc movie was released Oct 19, 1999 by the Criterion Collection studio. This 82 minute black & white silent feature film is a DVD.
Passion of Joan of Arc review Product Description
Dreyer's retelling of the trial and martyrdom of Joan of Arc remains one of the most immediate--and startlingly intimate--works of cinema ever produced Passion of Joan of Arc video. Based upon a meticulous study of the transcripts from Joan's trial for heresy in 1431, Dreyer's approach eschewed the grand-scale typical of the epic silent productions of his contemporaries in favor of a stark, angular cinematography filmed almost entirely in close-ups Passion of Joan of Arc film. ...See Full Description
Passion of Joan of Arc movie Customer Reviews
||A little hammy; brilliant camera work|
Passion of Joan of Arc DVD for sale I saw this film with Richard Einhorn conducting the National Symphony Orchestra (Washington DC) and Anonymous Four and a choral group performing Mr.
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Passion of Joan of Arc video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1235720|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Oct 19, 1999|
|Running Time||82 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Stereo Sound; Silent; Criterion Collection|
Passion of Joan of Arc DVD Features
Region 1 Encoding
Orchestral Work inspired by the film
Notes on the orchestral work
Audio essay by Dreyer scholar Casper Tybjerg
Interactive essays on the film and the life of Joan of Arc
Multimedia history of the film's different versions