An uplifting Oscar nominee from Greece is a treat about farmers in a small village who produce organic tomatoes to the music of Richard Wagner.
When Tomatoes Met Wagner is a fun and frank portrait of the challenges of bringing sustainable and environmentally friendly artisanal products to the masses.
Economou’s filmmaking favours the hand-crafted and artisanal style, and reflects the work ethic of the villagers. With its sunny aesthetic and approach that’s as laid-back and no-frills as the villagers’ operation, When Tomatoes Met Wagner remains optimistic despite the hurdles its subjects face. It offers an ideal to which audiences can aspire. Perhaps savouring the local is better for the planet in the long run.
Pat Mullen, Point of View Magazine
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Film Title : When Tomatoes Met Wagner
Language : englanti, ranska, kreikka
Director : Marianna Economou
Year : 2019
Length : 72
Age limit : S
Format : DCP
Cinematographer : Argyris Tsepelikas
Editing : Evgenia Papageorgiou
Producer : Rea Apostolides, Yuri Averof, Spiros Mavrogenis
Production Company : STEFI & Lynx, Anemon
Title in Original Language : Otan o Wagner Sinantise Tis Ntomates
Mon 27.1. at 19.30, Kinopalatsi 5
Fri 31.1. at 17.00, Bio Rex
Sat 1.2. at 21.30, Kinopalatsi 5