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CELLO TALES



Luxembourg, 2013, HD - Color - 75 minutes

DIRECTED BY:
Anne Schiltz

SCREENPLAY:
Anne Schiltz

PHOTOGRAPHY:
Nikos Welter, Jean-Louis Schuller, Merle Jothe, Tobias Von dem Borne

EDITING:
Pia Dumont

SOUND:
Vincent Nouaille, Philippe Benoît, Alexandre Davidson, Yann-Elie Gorans, Alban Moraud, Sam Blair, Isabel Bento dos Reis (sound editor), Aline Gavroy (Mix)

PRODUCER:
Anne Schroeder

PRODUCTION:
Samsa Film

STORY DESCRIPTION:

Four strings; a wooden box that has lived for 300 years. The cello is the most human-like of all musical instruments in shape, size and sound. A daughter searches for her father's stolen instrument for a decade. An artisan looks for the best way to craft the perfect piece of wood. A soloist travels the world playing. A copyist recreates the sound of the Renaissance. The cello. More than just a musical instrument.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:

Anne Schiltz is a Luxembourg-based filmmaker. Her documentaries include ‘Sweet Life and all that goes with it’ – a portrait of a Saxon family in Transylvania, and ‘Eritrea’ – part of the trilogy ‘Gordian Troeller Revisited’. Cello Tales is her first feature documentary.

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