Tributes - Retrospectives - Cinema on cinema
| 120 minutes | 0
Over the years, Konstantina Kotzamani has developed her own signature style, blurring the lines between surrealism and dream-states, leaving us in limbo to decipher and interpret. The vision in her work is unique and clear and, like a painter, the landscapes and settings are an integral part of the storytelling. Hosted by Serge Abiaad, this class will help us better understand the way she “dreams” up the world surrounding her.
As part of RÉTROSPECTIVE KONSTANTINA KOTZAMANI
Wajda looks back on the Katyn massacre perpetrated by the Russian army in 1940 — an event that saw the murder of his father, an infantry captain. Through...
POLAND | 120 minutes | 2007
Yakuza, Triads and maggoty GIs in a world of bloody revenge and impressionistic violence. A classic, just-restored cool-detective flick. An irreverent...
JAPAN | 120 minutes | 1963
Modlitwa follows a widowed woman caring for her home as she meditates on God, labour and nature.
CANADA | 120 minutes | 2013
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