Viva Dada (region-free DVD)
DADA was born in 1916 at the height of WW1. This cry of revolt against the communities that produced such abominable slaughters has literary, artistic, international as well as dissident ramifications that revolutionised modern art in the 20th century. Viva Dada, directed by Regine Abadia, recalls the proclamations of a group of Dadists, including Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, Francis Picabia and Raoul Hausmann who, a century later, still sound incredibly subversive. This collage film delves into the movement from its birth to its revival in a current achievement, The Dadaglobe, without leaving aside its most iconoclastic events. Region-free DVD.