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by Nicolas Philibert


Making a film about a radio station doesn’t sound like the most visually compelling of projects. How many takes do you need before the acoustic transition from the opening to the closing of a door is perfect or the reader's voice correctly modulated? Nicolas Philibert has accepted the challenge to portray that which cannot be seen. Shouldering his camera, he spent half a year wandering the endless corridors of Radio France’s ‘round house’ on the banks of the Seine where he filmed people who dedicate themselves utterly and meticulously to their work.

original title: La Maison de la radio
country: France, Japan
sales agent: Les Films du Losange
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Nicolas Philibert
film run: 90'
release date: FR 03/04/2013
cinematography by: Nicolas Philibert, Katell Djian
film editing: Nicolas Philibert, Léa Masson
producer: Serge Lalou
co-producer: Norio Hatano
production: Les Films d'Ici, ARTE France Cinéma, Longride/Japan
distributor: Les Films du Losange
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