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BELDOCS in the Museum of Contemporary ArtTalk programs | 10.05.2018
BELDOCS in the Museum of Contemporary Art
This year the International
Documentary Film Festival BELDOCS is guest in the Museum of Contemporary Art. In the period between
10th and 14th of May the Meteors selection of radical arthouse documentaries, hybrid
genres and documentary-fictional forms will be screening at the Auditorium Miodrag B. Protić.
Meteors Selection / Program
Thursday / 10.05. at 6 pm
People by the Lake
Jean Marie Straub, CH, Belgium, 2018, 17’
A man remembers his youth in a fishing family on the Lake Geneva Vaudoise coast, traffic on the lake during the Second World War and political upheavals in the immediate aftermath of the war.
James Benning, USA, 2018, 48’
A view of an Oregon farm (USA) during a solar eclipse, accompanied by Leonard Cohen’s music.
Followed by a panel discussion on the James Benning cinematique style and cinema, moderated by Aron Sekelj & Petar Milat
Friday / 11.05. at 5 pm
Our Beloved Month Of August
Miguel Gomes, Portugal, 2008, 150’
A fictional-documentary hybrid depiction of life in a remote village in the Portuguese mountains during the month of August.
Saturday / 12.05. at 5 pm
Places I Haven’t Been To
Dane Komljen, Serbia, 2010, 22’ (World premiere)
Made entirely from archive material recorded on trips made by his friends, the author creates a specific view of the spaces he has never physically visited.
Nightime with Mojca
Vlado Škafar, Slovenia, 2009, 36'
First there was eight years of catching the voices on the radio. The voices that live only in the night are telling the stories of daily life.
Followed by Q&A Vlado Škafar.
China, 87. The Others
Jean-Pierre Outers, Violaine de Villers, Belgium, 2017, 60’
Freed from time and any historical or political perspective, we are confronted with the Otherness of Chinese culture.
Sunday / 13.05. at 5 pm
Ala Eddine Slim, Ismaël & Youssef Chebbi, Tunisia, 2012, 112’
On a virgin territory in the wilderness, people arrive. Soon, a city is built out of nowhere.
Monday / 14.05. at 3 pm
Let the Summer Never Come Again
Aleksandre Koberidze, Georgia, 2017, 202’
A young man comes to the city from a village to audition for a dance company. He falls in love with a man. The man he loves goes to the war.