Cronicas cariocas (1909) de Joao do Rio, Pathe Baby (1926) de Antonio Alcantara Machado e Rien que les heures (1926) de Alberto Cavalcanti
Jonathan Coe, Birmingham novelist who is speaking at the Birmingham Literature Festival this week about his new novel, Expo 58, plumps for Dead of Night, from 1945 directed by Alberto Cavalcanti
, Robert Hamer, Charles Crichton and Basil Dearden.
Considered in conjunction with the film Coal Face (1935), a quasi documentary by the Brazilian director Alberto Cavalcanti
featuring a voice-over by W.
Son multiples las estampas urbanas que el libro recoge, en la poesia de Fernando Pessoa, Jorge Luis Borges o Nikolai Nekrasov, y en el cine de Alberto Cavalcanti
(Rien que les heures, 1926), Fritz Lang (Metropolis, 1926), Walter Ruttmann (Berlin, die Symphonie der Grossstadt, 1927), Joris Ivens (Regen, 1929) o Dziga Vertov (El hombre de la camara, 1929), entre otros muchos.
World War Two drama, directed by Alberto Cavalcanti
and based on a story by Graham Greene, starring Leslie Banks, Basil Sydney, Mervyn Johns, Marie Lohr, Elizabeth Allen, Frank Lawton and Valerie Taylor.
World War II melodrama, directed by Alberto Cavalcanti
And throughout the exhibition there are documentary films on video loops including Edgar Anstey and Arthur Elton's Housing Problems (1935), an indictment of Britain's slums, and Coalface made by Alberto Cavalcanti
in the same year which, in a more direct way than Drifters, points to the human cost of producing the nation's staples '40 million tons of coal are sold every year for household use, 85 million for industry .
The great Brazilian filmmaker Alberto Cavalcanti
had a wonderful comment," says "Motorcycle Diaries" director Walter Salles.
Superb Second World War melodrama based on a story by acclaimed author Graham Greene,directed with flair by Alberto Cavalcanti
, whose skill injects the story with real menace.
They Made Me a Fugitive (1946) was directed by Brazilian Alberto Cavalcanti
In the meantime, Alberto Cavalcanti
, the Brazilian film director working for the Crown Film Unit, and Germaine Sablon, one of the most stylish French singers of the Thirties, had appeared on the scene.
Superb Second World War melodrama from the famed Ealing Studios, directed with flair by Alberto Cavalcanti