alla ricerca dell’infanzia perduta, con Bruno Schulz e chi lo ama

In questi giorni sta andando in onda un po’ in tutto il mondo un documentario di Matthias Frickel, giornalista della Deutsche Welle, su come oggi artisti di ogni genere leggono, ricordano e raccontano Bruno Schulz. Ha intervistato musicisti (la Bruno Schulz Band), scrittori (Jonathan Safran Foer e, ehm, me), registi (Benjamin Geissler), illustratori (Ofra Amit) e tanta altra bella gente di cui vi direi se avessi visto il documentario.

Per pubblicizzarlo ha usato poi un’immagine di Ofra tratta dal nostro libro, cosa che ci rende sempre molto orgogliose.

[Eh, non sono ancora riuscita. Però chi l’ha visto mi ha detto che è davvero bello. Dura quarantacinque minuti.]

Documentaries
In Search of a Lost Childhood – The Cruel Fate of Bruno Schulz

It is said of Bruno Schulz (1892 – 1942) that he “was born as an Austrian, lived as a Pole and died as a Jew.”

Bruno Schulz – the author on the steps of his house

Often compared to Kafka, the writer and artist was almost forgotten despite a small but powerful body of work, which has now been published in more than 30 languages. Artists from all over the world are gathering in his birthplace Drohobycz, now in Ukraine, to perform some of the writer’s works on stage. And a German documentary filmmaker goes on tour with a meter-high tableau of some of Schulz’s last paintings. Inspired to exhume a new story from an existing text, Jonathan Safran Foer has taken his favourite book, Schulzs The Street of Crocodiles cutting into and out of the pages, to arrive at an original new story. What is it about the imagination of Bruno Schulz that continues to captivate more and more people to this day, a man whose creativity was driven by a perpetual search for lost childhood? The documentary The Cruel Fate of Bruno Schulz explores this question and introduces the life and work of this eclectic artist.

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