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2017 / Germany, Australia, Hong Kong SAR China / 94 min / N-13
Total votes: 23, Average: 5.8
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Director(s) - Julian Rosefeldt
Screenwriter(s) - Julian Rosefeldt
Actors - Cate Blanchett
Producer(s) - Julian Rosefeldt
Cinematographer - Christoph Krauss
Editor(s) - Bobby Good
Composer(s) -
Sales agent - The Match Factory
Distributor - A-One Films Baltic
Production company -
Dialogues - English
Subtitles - Lithuanian

The architect of this unique film idea is director Julian Rosefeldt, a veteran of intricate films and installations. In Manifesto, he uses the words from various twentieth century manifestos of artists, architects, and filmmakers for dialogue. With a gorgeous production and luscious cinematography that would make Baz Luhrmann proud, Rosefeldt puts Blanchett in the everyday world – as a housewife, a factory worker, or a TV anchor – declaring the words that have inspired whole art movements. Manifesto is entertaining while also asking us to question if these passionate statements still hold true and inspire us today.

About Directors

Julian Rosefeldt (b. 1965 in Munich, Germany).


"Asylum" (2002, short), "Deep Gold" (2014, short), "Manifesto" (2017, "Kino pavasaris").