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Loving Vincent
Loving Vincent
2017 Poland, United Kingdom 95 min N-13
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Remarkable animated work brings to life the paintings of Vincent van Gogh via a kind of rotoscoping technique with an obsessive attention to detail never seen before. The film took seven years to make, and each of its 65,000 frames was hand-painted by one of 125 professional oil-painters. More than 130 paintings by van Gogh serve as the initial backgrounds for a kind of detective tale wherein Armand Roulin, the son of the postmaster in Arles, tries to understand how the painter could go from the tranquil artist he knew to a suicide in only six weeks.

Filmography

2017 – Jūsų Vincentas / Loving Vincent
2011 – Mažasis paštininkas (trumpametražis) / Little Postman (short)
2011 – Šopeno piešiniai (trumpametražis) / Chopin's Drawings (short)
2011 – Skrajojanti mašina / The Flying Machine


9.3
Total votes: 371
Director(s) - Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman
Screenwriter(s) - Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman, Jacek Dehnel
Actors - Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Chris O’Dowd, Saoirse Ronan, Aidan Turner, John Sessions, Helen McCrory
Producer(s) - Hugh Welchman, Ivan MacTaggart, Sean Bobbit
Cinematographer - Tristan Oliver, Łukasz Żal
Editor(s) - Justyna Wiersynska, Dorota Kobiela
Composer(s) - Clint Mansell
Sales agent - Cinema Management Group Llc
Distributor - Kino Pavasaris Distribution
Production company -
Dialogues - English
Subtitles - Lithuanian
Filmography

2017 – Jūsų Vincentas / Loving Vincent
2011 – Mažasis paštininkas (trumpametražis) / Little Postman (short)
2011 – Šopeno piešiniai (trumpametražis) / Chopin's Drawings (short)
2011 – Skrajojanti mašina / The Flying Machine


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