28 Feb 19:30

Algo Salvaje. La historia de Bambino Paco Ortiz

A film by: Paco Ortiz; Spain, 2021, 82’

In his day, Bambino was the last frontier of flamenco, an artform he rescued and brought closer to the general public. An artist of artists, idol of roadside bars, a Lorca of bulerías, his inimitable style, irresistible stage presence and heart-breaking personality have already passed into legend, a myth of the king without a kingdom, of a 20th-century musical giant.

Algo Salvaje. La historia de Bambino Paco Ortiz

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24 Feb 20:00

Urška Centa: Sinsonte, A Song Left Unsung in the Throat

Dancer and choreographer Urška Centa and a contemporary flamenco avant-garde artist, Marco de Ana, continue their fruitful creative partnership with a sequel to their project Stories of Birds (premiered in July 2021). The project relates to the work of the Chilean poet, writer and visual artist, Juan Luis Martínez, who found his creative inspiration in birds. This time, Marco de Ana co-choreographs Urška Centa’s solo, seeking simple and raw beauty in the movement of a bird and its vocal interaction with the environment.

Urška Centa: Sinsonte, A Song Left Unsung in the Throat

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Concept and performer: Urška Centa; choreography: Marco de Ana, Urška Centa; music: Jani Moder; dramaturg: Andreja Kopač; set and lighting design: Jan Krmelj
 

Co-production: CD, Flota

4 Feb 19:00

Great Freedom (Grosse Freiheit)

Austria, Germany, 2021, 117'
Directed by: Sebastian Meise

A story from postwar Germany, a time when the authorities continued to imprison homosexuals despite the fall of the Nazi regime. 

In postwar Germany Hans is imprisoned again and again for being homosexual. Behind prison bars is the only place where he can seek love. The one steady relationship in his life becomes his long-time cell mate, Viktor, a convicted murderer. What starts as revulsion grows into something called love. For 123 years, Paragraph 175 criminalized homosexuals. Those convicted were sentenced to prison terms of up to ten years. During the postwar years 100,000 men were brought to trial in West Germany alone.


 

Our main character, Hans, exemplifies the many fates of men who ended up in prison over and over again, whose lives and relationships were destroyed, and whose stories disappeared in the files of bureaucracy. Hans’ story is told based on his imprisonments. The walls and bars become a recurring constant that turns into a never-ending time loop. Hans can’t stop being who he is. He needs to continue because love is the essence of human nature. His very existence is rebellion. Sebastian Meise

Great Freedom (Grosse Freiheit)

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Directed by: Sebastian Meise
Screenplay: Sebastian Meise, Thomas Reider
Cinematography: Crystel Fournier    
Music Nils Petter Molvaer, Peter Brötzmann
Editing: Joana Scrinzi

 

Cast: Franz Rogowski (Hans), Georg Friedrich (Viktor), Anton von Lucke (Leo), Thomas Prenn (Oskar), Ulrich Faßnacht, Fabian Stumm

Festivals, awards (selection): Cannes 2021 (Un Certain Regard Jury Prize), Sarajevo 2021 (Best Film, Best Actor)

29 Jan 19:00

Lost Illusions (Les illusions perdues)

France. 2021, 142'
Directed by: Xavier Giannoli

A lavish screen adaptation of Balzac's eponymous novel, Lost Illusions is a tale of love, desire, driving literary ambitions and the power of media and money.

19th century France. Lucien is a young unknown poet living in the provincial town of Angouleme. He has great hopes and wants to forge his destiny. He works in the family printing house during the day, writes poems and makes love to an aristocratic patroness of the arts, Louise, in the evenings. He leaves his native province to try his luck in Paris on the arm of his benefactor. Quickly left to fend for himself in this fabulous town, the young man will discover what goes on behind the scenes in this world devoted to the law of profit and pretence. 

        
 

Balzac’s novel reveals the matrix of the modern world, that moment when an entire civilization was about to surrender to the rule of profit. I wanted to prolong that movement thanks to cinema, taking any liberties with the original text that would allow for expressing its spirit. Xavier Giannoli     

Lost Illusions (Les illusions perdues)

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Directed by: Xavier Giannoli
Screenplay: Xavier Giannoli
Cinematography: Christophe Beaucarne
Editing: Cyril Nakache    

Cast: Benjamin Voisin (Lucien), Cécile de France (Louise), Vincent Lacoste (Etienne Lousteau), Xavier Dolan (Nathan), Salomé Dewaels (Coralie), Jeanne Balibar (Marquise d'Espard), Gérard Depardieu (Dauriat), André Marcon (baron du Châtelet), Louis-Do de Lencquesaing (Finot), Jean-François Stévenin (Singali)

Festivals, awards (selection): Venice 2021, San Sebastian 2021

22 Jan 19:00

A Hero (Ghahreman)

Iran, France, 2021, 127'
Directed by: Asghar Farhadi

Two-time Academy Award winner Asghar Farhadi returns to his native Iran with yet another exquisitely written tale of morality and dignity that won the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival.

Rahim is on a two-day leave from prison in the Iranian city of Shiraz, where he’s serving a sentence for a debt. The money owed to a shopkeeper still hangs around his neck like the proverbial albatross. During his brief release from jail, there seems to be a way out of his predicament when Farkhondeh, the girl he intends to marry, finds a lost handbag at a bus stop containing 17 gold coins. Rahim considers selling the find, however, as his conscience nudges him, he makes an effort to find the owner of the bag, a dignified act that sees him celebrated by a television report. Yet there are plenty of skeptics milling about as doubt is thrown on Rahim’s story via social media gossips.

 

  

In Iran, if you owe someone money and they file a complaint, then you may go to jail. But the day after, if they say they don’t want the money, you’re free. It also applies to murder: if the family of the victim decides to forgive the killer, he may be released from prison. It’s a system driven by anger and prejudice. Through these emotions, you’re supposed to make a very important decision on someone’s destiny. It’s not fair. Asghar Farhadi

A Hero (Ghahreman)

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Directed by: Asghar Farhadi
Screenplay: Asghar Farhadi
Cinematography : Ali Ghazi, Arash Ramezani
Editing : Hayedeh Safiyari

Cast: Amir Jadidi (Rahim), Mohsen Tanabandeh (Bahram), Fereshteh Sadrorafaii (Mrs. Radmehr), Sahar Goldust (Farkhondeh), Maryam Shahdaei (Malileh), Alireza Jahandideh (Hossein), Sarina Farhadi (Nazanin), Ehsan Goodarzi (NadeAli)

Festivals, awards (selection): Cannes 2021 (Grand Prix)
 

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14 Jan 2022 17:00

Everything Went Fine (Tout s'est bien passé)

France, Belgium, 2021, 113'
Directed by: François Ozon

François Ozon’s film focuses on the hardest thing a father can ask from his daughter: to help him die. 

When André, 85, has a stroke, Emmanuele hurries to her father’s bedside. Sick and half-paralyzed in his hospital bed, he asks Emmanuele to help him end his life. The stroke and his request bring up memories from Emmanuele’s childhood and her times spent with her father. But rather than a nostalgic look back at happier times, the few flashbacks that punctuate the film are all examples of cold parenting, foundational wounds which the now grown-up Emmanuele is clearly still hurting from. But because she still loves him, Emmanuele looks at all the options available. André thus spends his final hours enjoying the last small pleasures and hoping for an end to his suffering.


 

What interested me in the story was the relationship between the father and the daughter. This was what really touched me. By telling this story I sensed to what extent it must have been difficult for this woman to go through this ordeal with her father. /.../ I don't think that the film is for or against euthanasia per se. I think it shows a very personal story where each individual has to cope with his or her own questions about life and death. That's what interested me. François Ozon

Everything Went Fine (Tout s'est bien passé)

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Directed by: François Ozon
Screenplay: Emmanuele Bernheim (novel), François Ozon
Cinematography: Hichame Alaouie
Music: Julien Roig
Editing: Laure Gardette
 

Cast: Sophie Marceau (Emmanuele), Charlotte Rampling (Claude), Hanna Schygulla (Swiss lady), André Dussollier (André), Géraldine Pailhas (Pascale), Nathalie Richard (commissaire), Grégory Gadebois (Gérard), Judith Magre (Simone), Éric Caravaca (Serge), Jacques Nolot (Robert), Daniel Mesguich (lawyer), Alexia Chicot (Noémie)

Festivals, awards (selection): Cannes 2021
 

13 Jan 2022 16:30

Liffe after Liffe Season Series: The French Dispatch

Written and directed by: Wes Anderson

Iconic director Wes Anderson’s latest star-studded feature film pays homage to the journalistic profession and French cinema.

The magazine "The French Dispatch" has its editorial offices in the fictional French town of Ennui-sur-Blasé. Here, a cranky publisher and his even crankier authors commit the strangest stories to paper. Whether painting murderers, poisoned cornichons, or stormy student revolutions – the writers of the French Dispatch take a very idiosyncratic look at the world in their articles. In his eccentric filmmaking style, playfully alluding to a series of recent history’s cultural and social phenomena, Wes Anderson gives a vivid portrayal of the business of journalism.
 

 

Liffe after Liffe Season Series: The French Dispatch

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USA, Germany, 2021; 107’
 

Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Stephen Park, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Christoph Waltz, Jason Schwartzman, Anjelica Huston
 

Festivals, awards (selection): Cannes 2021
Distribution: Blitz

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11 Dec 2021 18:00

LGBT Film Festival The Divide (La fracture) + short film Sisters

The Divide (La fracture)
France, 2021, 98’

Directed by: Catherine Corsini
Screenplay: Catherine Corsini, Agnes Feuvre, Laurette Polmanss
Cast: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Marina Fois, Pio Marmai, Jean-Louis Coulloc'h

Two women on the verge of a breakup, in a hospital, are further stressed on the night of a big demonstration by the overwhelmed staff and by angry, injured protestors who land up besieging the building. 

The Queer Palm 2021 LGBTI prize in the official competition of the 74th Cannes Film Festival.


Short preceding the main feature: Sisters
Slovenia, 2021, 23’

Directed by: Katarina Rešek-Kukla
Screenplay: Katarina Rešek-Kukla
Cast: Mia Skrbinac, Mina Milovanović, Sarah Al Saleh, Skrbinac, Tin Troha

The sisters from the title – Sina, Mihrije, and Jasna – are three best friends in their early twenties. The three tomboys, always wearing loose grey sweatsuits and tying their hair into low ponytails stuffed in their sweaters, train martial arts and keep to themselves. Their lifestyle often brings them into conflict with the local boys. During one of their scuffles, a fragile young girl, who is in fact only becoming one, saves them from total humiliation.

The film won the Grand Prix at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.
 

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LGBT Film Festival The Divide (La fracture) + short film Sisters

11 Dec 2021 18:00
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5 Dec 2021 at 17:30 and 20:00

15th Mountain Film Festival award-winning films

Best films in the categories Mountains, Sport and Adventure; Alpine Style; and RTV Award.

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Godspeed, Los Polacos!
USA, 2020, 88'
By: Adam Nawrot
Best film in the Mountains, Sport and Adventure category

Five kayakers on the edge of adulthood find themselves on an expedition in the Americas with a six-wheeled military truck, homemade equipment, and little to no white-water skills. The story follows their epic two-year journey that culminates in the record-breaking first descent of the world’s deepest canyon, and finds the kayakers in Soviet



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To Be a Woman in the Himalayas
Poland, 2019, 44'
Directed by: Eliza Kubarska
The unforgettable Wanda Rutkiewicz personifies the perfect example for younger generations of Polish mountaineers. Maya Sherpa from Nepal shares the same feelings: women's achievements must be recognized in the same way as those by their male counterparts. We are all equal when we face the mountain.

Everest – The Hard Way
Slovakia, 2020, 52'
Directed by Pavol Barabas
Best film in the Alpine Style category and RTV Award

Is it possible to climb the hardest route on Mount Everest in Alpine style? Sir Chris Bonington, the most famous British climber, named this route The Hard Way and stated it is impossible. It became a challenge for four Slovak climbers. In 1988 they started their hardest way with no escape.

 

15th Mountain Film Festival award-winning films

5 Dec 2021 at 17:30 and 20:00
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I'm Your Man (Ich bin dein Mensch)

Directed by: Maria Schrader
Germany, 2021

A tragicomical meditation on what makes us human, I’m Your Man explores our perceptions of love and longing.

Alma is a scientist at the famous Pergamon Museum in Berlin. In order to obtain research funds for her studies, she accepts an offer to participate in an extraordinary experiment. For three weeks, she is to live with a humanoid robot whose artificial intelligence has been designed to allow it to morph into that of her ideal life partner. Enter Tom, a machine in (handsome) human form, created to make her happy. What could possibly go wrong?

    

It’s not uninteresting that in our film, the female lead finds it a lot more difficult to objectify her male robot, to see him as a tool for her own pleasure. Compared to the man she meets later in the film, who has his own female robot and tells her, “I’ve got to find out how much she costs, so I can keep her.” I don’t want to generalize, but it does seem that men are more accustomed to seeing women as objects. Maria Schrader  

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Directed by: Maria Schrader
Screenplay: Jan Schomburg, Maria Schrader
Cinematography: Benedict Neuenfels
Music: Tobias Wagner
Editing : Hansjörg Weißbrich
 

Cast: Maren Eggert (Alma), Dan Stevens (Tom), Sandra Hüller (employee), Hans Löw (Julian), Wolfgang Hübsch (father Felser), Annika Meier (Cora), Falilou Seck (Dean Roger), Jürgen Tarrach (Dr. Stuber), Henriette Richter-Röhl (Steffi)

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