Uncle Yanco

Uncle Yanco

Agnès Varda

USA, 1967, 23 min., French

Synopsis:

Uncle Yanco celebrates an unexpected encounter between Agnès Varda, who was by then on promotion across the USA, and a distant relative who is a hippie, bon vivant painter. As a coda to his life as a globetrotter, he spills hedonism around Sausalito harbour (California), where he has built his houseboat like some others utopians in the area. Filmed using her proverbial agility, this documentary is one of the most significant examples of Varda's luminous style. It is full of simple, fun and impressive tricks, of intelligent reflections which establish powerful associations between the real and the imaginary. It's on the Méliès side of the filmmaker: childlike, magical, even shamelessly.

Uncle Yanco

EEUU, 1967, 23 min, Francés.

Dirección /Direction

Agnès Varda

Guión / Script

Agnès Varda

Fotografía / Cinematography

David Myers

Montaje / Editing

Jean Hamon

Sonido / Sound

Paul Oppenheim

Música / Music

Richard Lawrence, Yannis

Spanos, Albinoni

Producción / Producers

Agnès Varda

Intérpretes / Cast

Jean Varda, Tom

Luddy, Agnès Varda,

Rosalie Varda

Compañía productora / Production company

Ciné-Tamaris

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SEFF 2016


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