Daring Docs: Waiting for Fidel/Late Night Talks with Mother/Voyage in Time [3 Discs] [DVD]

This three-volume box set offers a trilogy of daring, provocative and cutting-edge documentaries . Included are: Jan Nemec's Late Night Talks with Mother (2001) - an offbeat autobiographical piece constructed as a dialogue with the artist's deceased mom; Andrei Tarkovsky's Voyage in Time (1982) - a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Tarkovsky's feature Nostalgia; and Michael Rubbo's Waiting for Fidel (1975) - which began as a planned interview with Fidel Castro but evolved into a self-reflexive meditation on the filmmakers and Cuba as a nation.
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Special Features

  • Waiting for Fidel
  • Video Interview with Geoff Stirling, the Canadian Millionaire traveling with the Filmmaker's Company, by Roger Maunder of the Nickel Film Festival
  • Video Letter from Director Michael Rubbo about the making of Waiting For Fidel
  • Late Night Talks With Mother
  • Facets Cine-Notes Collectible Booklet
  • Video Introduction by Director Jan Nemec
  • Bonus Featurette Containing Rare Photos and Video Shot by Nemec
  • Voyage In Time
  • Special Booklet Insert featuring an interview with famed Italian Screenwriter Tonino Guerra about his relantionship with Tarkovsky plus an insightful essay by noted Italian film critic Alberto Crespi
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