OPEN ACADEMY FILMS : Environment

OPEN ACADEMY FILMS : Environment
Full program screened in loop during opening hours
Free

02-01, 03-01, 04-01, 05-01, 06-01, 09-01, 10-01, 11-01, 12-01, 13-01, 16-01, 17-01, 18-01, 19-01, 20-01, 23-01, 24-01, 25-01, 26-01 & 27-01
Rokkasho – Japon (2003, Cécile Massart) – (28′)
Home (2009, Yann Arthus-Bertrand) – (90′ – FR st EN)
Deep Weather (2013, Ursula Biemann) – (08′ 58”- EN st FR)
Leave It in the Ground (2013, Oliver Ressler) – (18′- EN)
Dislocation Blue (2017, Sky Hopinka) ­­- (16′ 57”- EN)

As part of the OPEN ACADEMY, a film program and a visual library will allow visitors and participants to delve into certain aspects of social and artistic protest and resistance.

The film program is divided into 4 moments and themes: historical documentaries on May 68, documentaries or films dedicated to certain artists of the exhibition RESISTANCE, video clips (Pussy Riots), videonews and other documentary elements documenting current feminist actions and films dedicated to ecology.

Research for the visual library is a consciously subjective and non-exhaustive attempt to bring together different materials on the relationship between resistance and art, particularly on the themes of feminism and environment.

© 2017, Fibonacci Blue