¿Dónde estoy en esta historia?

¿Dónde estoy en esta historia?

Emir Kusturica / Feb 17, 2020

D nde estoy en esta historia Historia memoria vivencias pel culas as familia fracasos y xitos Cannes Berl n Yugoslavia Serbia y la m sica Escrito con la energ a que caracteriza su obra estas p ginas son el apasionante

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  • Historia, memoria, vivencias, pel culas, as, familia, fracasos y xitos, Cannes, Berl n, Yugoslavia, Serbia y la m sica Escrito con la energ a que caracteriza su obra, estas p ginas son el apasionante repaso de una vida en marcha y una apuesta por el futuro Sin duda, la mejor forma de acercarse a uno de los m s brillantes directores de cine de las ltimas d cadas E Historia, memoria, vivencias, pel culas, as, familia, fracasos y xitos, Cannes, Berl n, Yugoslavia, Serbia y la m sica Escrito con la energ a que caracteriza su obra, estas p ginas son el apasionante repaso de una vida en marcha y una apuesta por el futuro Sin duda, la mejor forma de acercarse a uno de los m s brillantes directores de cine de las ltimas d cadas El hombre tiende a olvidar, y con el paso del tiempo el olvido se ha convertido en un arte fundamental de la especie humana Si el olvido, ese gran se or, no atenuara los pensamientos apasionados, los convirtiera en razonables y los ordenara, nuestro cerebro ser a un simple contenedor Sin el olvido, podr amos dirigir la mirada al futuro Qu pasar a si sinti ramos que de nuestra alma no deja de manar sufrimiento, si el olvido no cubriera los duros momentosde nuestra vida como las nubes ocultan el sol Ser a imposible sobrevivir Los tamborileros del capitalismo liberal nos han invitado a que dejemos de lado todo apego a nuestra cultura y nuestra identidad y que nos dejemos arrastrar por el torbellino de la revoluci n tecnol gica, que supuestamente canaliza el curso de nuestro destino y convierte el mercado en el regulador de nuestros procesos vitales Emir Kusturica.Web kustuFilmograf a Maradona by Kusturica, 2008, documental Prom teme, 2007 La vida es un milagro, 2004 Super 8 Stories, 2001, documental Gato negro, gato blanco, 1998 Underground, 1995 El sue o de Arizona, 1993 Tiempo de gitanos, 1988 Pap est en viaje de negocios, 1985 Te acuerdas de Dolly Bell , 1981 The Brides are coming, 1978 Guernica, 1978, cortoDistinciones Guernica, Primer premio del Festival de cine de los estudiantes en Karlovy Vary 1978 Te acuerdas de Dolly Bell , Le n de Oro en el Festival de cine de Venecia 1981 Pap est en viaje de negocios, Palma de Oro Festival de cine de Cannes, premio FIPRESCI, nominado a mejor pel cula en lengua extranjera , Oscar 1985 Tiempo de gitanos, Premio al mejor director en el Festival de cine de Cannes 1989 Sue os de Arizona, Oso de Plata Festival de cine de Berl n 1993 Underground, Palma de Oro Festival de cine de Cannes 1995 Gato negro, gato blanco, Le n de Plata en la Mostra de Venecia 1999 Drvengrad Pueblo de madera , Premio Europeo de Arquitectura Phillipe Rotthier 2005 Premios C sar 2005 a la Mejor pel cula de la Uni n Europea por La vida es un milagro

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      • Emir Kusturica

        Born on 24 November 1954 in Sarajevo, Emir Kusturica is a Serbian director, musician and producer Author of nine films, several television and short films, he also plays guitar in a rock band Among his many prizes, he has received two Golden Palms in Cannes for When father was away on business and Underground, and the silver Bear Special Jury Prize in Berlin for Arizona Dream.Emir Kusturica was born in Sarajevo, main town of current Bosnia and Herzegovina Even though Bosnian Muslim, his family has Slavic orthodox roots His father Murat, as many millions of other Yugoslavs, had renounced to his faith to become a communist Emir, only son, denounced the communism to become director Young Emir, certainly by curiosity than to oppose his good family his father worked in the Ministry of Information of Bosnia and Herzegovina1 , went easily with bad guys of Sarajevo His parents decided to send him abroad at 18 to protect him from such people Since he was always in the neighbourhood cinema of Sarajevo, they sent him to learn cinema A cousin was then leaving in Prague, Emir was thus sent to the prestigious FAMU, the school of Prague from which Milo Forman, Jir Menzel or Goran Paskaljevi were graduated.Quickly appreciated, his first short films take this student out of the crowd His teacher had already noticed it Guernica, but again Titanic which denounces the anti Jewish racism under the WW2, had already given a favourable impression and he said the only thing you ll leave behind you will be your film the end justifies the means This sentence marked him and helped him complete his first personal projects, like the very risky When father was away on business, denouncing the politic deportations in the communist Yugoslavia, subject still taboo at that time, shortly after Tito s death Until then, Emir had always shot in his own language, using even the actor s local accents, to enhance the pluralism of Yugoslavia in this way Do you remember Dolly Bell is the first Yugoslav film that was shot Bosnian, and not in the official language of the country, Serbo Croatian the equivalent of BBC English Emir makes then an ambitious project with his scenarist make a trilogy on the cosmopolitan city of Sarajevo The second episode will be When father was away on business, but the unexpected Golden Palm will drive Emir into another world, and he will leave unfinished this trilogy.To calm down, Emir Kusturica drops the camera for a while after Cannes victory He plays some bass guitar in a punk rock band of Sarajevo Zabranjeno Pu enje smoking forbidden The band is subversive, lyrics are corrosive, style is eclectic In these years, Emir meets Dr Nele Karajli , the leader of the band.The Golden Palm had opened all the doors of the cinema to him large budgets are proposed Emir thinks about different subjects, different places, but finally it s in his own country that he directs Time of the Gypsies, after having read articles about Gypsies dealing with human beings Emir digs the subject with a journalist, and spends several months in one of the largest gypsy camps in Europe, near Skopje in Macedonia At the end of the shooting, Czech director Milo Forman calls him in New York to replace him at the Columbia University Editing of the film Time of the Gypsies will be finished there.After a long time of thinking, it s in English that he shoots his next film Arizona Dream One of his students of the Columbia University gives him a script about the American dream But meanwhile, war starts in the Balkans, and far from his family, Emir cannot work any The shooting turns into a nightmare, and the film takes a darker colour Murat, Emir Kusturica s father, dies of an heart attack soon after the family house in Sarajevo is sacked The family finds refuge in Montenegro After this experience, Emir feels he needs to get


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