A new monthly cycle of films about movies and movie-makers that aims to recycle, reshape or reinterpret the history of the seventh art from a contemporary perspective.
Join us as we melt with and over the silver screen to discover its best-kept secrets. Experience movies that will dilate your pores and make you feel Paul Sharits's heart-pounding urge to destroy the parameters of 16mm film, take you on a pilgrimage to Faro to inhabit Ingmar Bergman, reveal what Jonas Mekas didn't shoot, provide access to the tailoring work of Manoel de Oliveira's set designer, or invite you to take a stab at deciphering the messages that Stanley Kubrick left for us in the frames of The Shining.
From 01 to 28 February 2017Films, Screenings "Paul Sharits" by François Miron
In the mid-1960s Paul Sharits began to explore the potential of the flicker, embarking on a persistent pursuit of the (…)
From 01 to 28 March 2017Films, Screenings “Trespassing Bergman” by Jane Magnusson and Hynek Pallas
A group of filmmakers makes a pilgrimage to Ingmar Bergman's house on the remote Swedish island of Faro to discuss his (…)
From 18 to 28 April 2017Films, Screenings “Les gants blancs” by Louise Traon
Louise Traon is the daughter of Valérie Loiseleux, who edited Manoel de Oliveira's films for over twenty years (…)
From 03 to 23 May 2017Films, Screenings "Fear Itself" by Charlie Lyne
Horror is more than a word, genre or concept (…)
From 01 to 28 June 2017Films, Screenings “Room 237” by Rodney Ascher
Room 237 is a quest for secret clues, curious facts and comparisons that hint at a larger hidden theme in Kubrick's (…)