Home > Film Festival > 13th PLJFF > Films > All Power To Imagination > A Grin Without a Cat A Grin Without a Cat 1 2 1977 (240’) France Director: Chris Marker As brilliant as it is indescribable, „A Grin Without a Cat“ looks at the rise and fall of the worldwide revolutionary movement, from France in May 1968, to the anti-Vietnam riots in the United States, to the terrible Soviet crushing of the Prague Spring. The French title of the film is untranslatable in English; roughly, it means "Revolution Is in the Air," a metaphor at once wistful and ever-hopeful. Given the current world situation, „A Grin Without a Cat“ is, now more than ever, an epic event not to be missed. Original languages: French, Spanish, German Cinematographers: Pierre-William Glenn, Willy Kurant Editor: Chris Marker Producer: Dovidis Contact: Philippe Hagué T: 06 07 78 25 71 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Marker (1921–2012) was a French writer, photographer, documentary film director, multimedia artist and film essayist. His best known films are „La Jetée“ (1962), „Le Joli Mai“ (1963), „A Grin Without a Cat“ (1977) and „Sans Soleil“ (1983). Marker is often associated with the Left Bank Cinema movement that occurred in the late 1950s and included such other filmmakers as Alain Resnais, Agnès Varda, Henri Colpi and Armand Gatti.