A docufiction film, Through My Eyes depicts the turbulent life of Veno Pilon, an internationally renowned Slovenian painter and photographer, following him to Paris, the epicentre of contemporary art, at the turn of the century.
Through My Eyes (Skozi moje oči)
5,00 EUR* * EUR for younger than 25 and older than 65, as well as pensioners, discounted prices for the lowest seat category
In cooperation with the Slovenian Film Centre
Produkcujska hiša: Zavod Film Horizont
Koproducent: RTV Slovenija
Sofinancer: Slovenski filmski center, javna agencija RS
Distriburter: Demiurg, Cvetka Flakus, Vasja Bibič
Dolžina: 122 min.
V sodelovanju s Slovenskim filmskim centrom
The cosmological and religious concepts of three American indigenous peoples: a traditional Maya Mesoamerican agricultural tribal cooperative, the community of Quechua in the Andean Mountains and some traditional hunting communities of Paraguayan Chaco.
The Man-Nature Relationship in Indigenous Religions and Cosmologies of the Americas
The event will be held in Slovenian without translation.
In The Father Zeller manages to lure us smartly into the world of a demented patriarch André by making us see the world through his eyes, and not through the eyes of his daughter Anne, her partner Pierre, or his caregiver. André is struggling hard to make sense of his increasingly perplexing world. His condition, manifested at different levels, is rapidly deteriorating. As the story unfolds, it continues to undermine our expectations and occasionally feels like a thriller, especially when perfect strangers show up in the father's flat, giving it a touch of weird Pinteresque black comedy.
As a result, one cannot say for a fact that we are in André's flat. Likewise, one cannot be absolutely certain whether the father has one or two daughters. If two, why does his other daughter, Elise, never come to visit him? Does Anne live in London or in Paris? Who are the strangers entering André's world? Are they seen only by the patient? How come we can see them too?
Translator: Andraž Ravnik
Director: Jernej Kobal
Dramaturg: Tatjana Doma
Set Designer: Urša Vidic
Costume Designer: Alan Hranitelj
Composer: Laren Polič Zdravič
Language Consultant: Jože Volk
Lighting Designers: Urša Vidic, Jernej Kobal, Uroš Gorjanc
Assistant Language Consultant: Živa Čebulj
Performance duration: 1 hour and 25 minutes. No interval.
Anne, André's daughter, Woman: Manca Ogorevc
André, old man: Branko Završan
Man, Pierre: Andrej Murenc
Laura, Woman, Martine: Lučka Počkaj
Mexico, USA 2019, for children aged 9+ (in Spanish, English and Cantonese with Slovenian subtitles)
Screenplay: Samuel Kishi Leopo, Sofía Gómez Córdoba, Luis Briones
Cinematograhpy: Octavio Arauz
Music: Kenji Kishi Leopo
Editing: Yordi Capó, Carlos Espinoza Benítez, Samuel Kishi Leopo
Cast: Martha Reyes Arias (Lucía), Maximiliano Nájar Márquez (Max), Leonardo Nájar Márquez (Leo), Cici Lau (Mrs. Chan), Johnson T. Lau (Mr. Chan)
An imaginatively told, brutally honest and yet poetic emigration story about the desires of children and worries of adults, The Wolves won Generation Kplus Grand Prix of the International Jury at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival.
Together with their mother Lucia, the brothers Max and Leo have just crossed the border from Mexico into the United States in search of a better life. And they share a dream as well: To visit Disneyland one day. But it is not easy for them to gain a foothold in their new home. While Lucía tries to finance their new life by doing odd jobs, the two brothers spend their days in their one-room flat building an imaginary universe with their drawings and thinking about mom's promise of going to Disneyland. The walls of the room, which they are forbidden to leave, become a projection screen for imaginative adventures and open a window on their new life.
“The Wolves emerges from the hazy images of my memories in order to tell a story about childhood, uncertainty, migration, a family’s reintegration, the adaptation to new surroundings and the meaning of home. It was very important to me to draw on the stories and experiences of the migrant community in Albuquerque for the production of this film. I intended to paint a portrait by mixing both fictional and documentary elements and compositing fictional characters atop actual locals, their surroundings and the multiculturalism that has built a thriving migrant community.” (Samuel Kishi Leopo)
This Rain Will Never Stop
The funds raised from ticket sales will be donated to Ukrainian filmmakers who have remained in their homeland and are documenting the war.
Ukraine, Latvia, Germany, 2020, 102'
By: Alina Gorlova
A special screening of a documentary by a Ukrainian filmmaker; the funds raised from ticket sales will be donated to Ukrainian filmmakers who have remained in their homeland and are documenting the war.
Andrija Sulejman is an unusual combination of Slavic and Arabic names. It belongs to a 20-year-old Kurd who fled a war zone and sought refuge in eastern Ukraine in his early childhood only to find himself again in the midst of a precarious political situation. Ukrainian director Gorlova follows Andrija on his quest to reunite with his parents in Syria again. Not just an intimate story of a displaced family, This Rain Will Never Stop is a reflection of our present reality, a world defined by military parades, refugee camps and humanitarian missions.
Written by: Christopher Hampton and Florian Zeller (based on Zeller’s eponymous play)
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman, Mark Gatiss, Imogen Poots, Rufus Sewell
Anthony, a former engineer, declines all offers of help from his daughter Anne as he ages. The Father is a film about a headstrong man who does not want and does not need assistance, about the effect his condition (and behaviour) has on his close relatives, especially his daughter. Trying to make sense of his deteriorating circumstances, Anthony begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind and even the fabric of reality.
Written by: Florian Zeller (based on the play L'envers du décor by Florian Zeller)
Cast: Sandrine Kiberlain, Gérard Depardieu, Daniel Auteuil, Adriana Ugarte
A French romantic comedy directed by actor Daniel Auteuil about a ménage a trois among friends. Middle-aged Daniel meets his friend Patrick after a longer period of time. Patrick left his wife for a young bombshell named Emma. When the new couple comes by for supper, Daniel is completely smitten by the girl, making a fool of himself in every scene.
Florian Zeller Festival: The Other Woman (Amoureux de ma femme)
4,80 EUR * * EUR for younger than 25 and older than 65, as well as pensioners, discounted prices for the lowest seat category
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