Three young people shoot a film celebrating their city, the largest port on the Mediterranean and a muse for filmmakers since the birth of cinema, with dramatic, open-air cinematography reminiscent of the French new wave. The filmmaker is Marseille’s self-taught cinéaste Paul Carpita, son of a dockworker and fishmonger, who was passionate about recording the daily life of the working classes. In French with English subtitles. Directed by Paul Carpita. 

Marseille Without Sun

1961 FR 17 min
Festival Year: 2013
Types: Documentary, Short
Topic: Freshwater & Oceans, Global Perspectives