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MoMA to Present Full Ten Hour "Mondovino"

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 15, 2006 at 10:39AM

New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) will present the theatrical premiere of the full version of Jonathan Nossiter's winemaking documentary "Mondovino," presented in five two-hour programs December 2 - 10. Shot over several years in seven countries, the film is actually ten autonomous stories exploring the clash between the modern global economy and the individualized art of wine making. The edited two-hour version of the film premiered at the 2005 Festival de Cannes in competition. For more information, visit the MoMA website. [Brian Brooks]
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New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) will present the theatrical premiere of the full version of Jonathan Nossiter's winemaking documentary "Mondovino," presented in five two-hour programs December 2 - 10. Shot over several years in seven countries, the film is actually ten autonomous stories exploring the clash between the modern global economy and the individualized art of wine making. The edited two-hour version of the film premiered at the 2005 Festival de Cannes in competition. For more information, visit the MoMA website. [Brian Brooks]





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