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Callas Paris 1958
We are happy to present our new cinema release.
A night to remember. Maria Callas, the quintessential diva and the face of the opera in the 20th century, made her Paris debut with this legendary performance at the sumptuous Paris Opéra on December 19th, 1958, for one night only.
Available for the first time entirely in colour and in 4K Ultra HD - meticulously restored from the recently discovered original 16mm reels and a newly discovered sound source – this is an opportunity to experience this historical performance as never before.
Produced by the team behind the award-winning film “Maria by Callas”.
A few selected past films with colorized footage by Composite Films, from over one hundred feature films and series.
An intimate look at the life and work of Greek-American opera singer Maria Callas, as told in her own words.
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