(Friday), 9.15pm–00.20am, free admission
This event accompanies the
festival of films about the city and architecture
Film walking tour through Szczepin will let us get into the world of architectural and design movies selected in the Urban View competition that was a part of Short Waves Festival. The competition was set for the short films – no matter if they are feature or documentaries ones. Selected ones show the environment of human being in the codified formula, revealing parts of the reality in a very non-obvious way, deconstructing the aesthetic of pre existing order. In this movies, coming from all over the world, architecture is not only a background but it’s also somehow getting the role of a main character. Walking tour proposed by MISTOmovie will be held in non-typical places of public space which is a great opportunity to focus our attention on our surroundings even more.
1. JAN PAWEŁ II SQUARE, PIZZA FOSSA
ca. 21.20–21.45: screening
ca. 21.45–22.00: walking
Nature: All Rights Reserved
dir. Sebastian Mulder, Holland 2016
documentary, 22 min.
In a world where the original nature is widely disappearing, there seems to be a new form of nature: artificial nature. The essayistic documentary examines the context, experience and various forms of this simulated nature in a experimental way.
2. KLUB PROMYK, UL. ŚCINAWSKA 20
ca. 22.00–22.10: prelekcja
ca. 22.10–22.25: screening
ca. 22.25–22.40: walking
Leninopad (The Fall of Lenin)
dir. Svitlana Shymko, Ukraine 2017
documentary, 12 min.
An ironic documentary film about the farewell to the phantoms of the USSR in Ukraine.The spiritual session with the ghost of Lenin guides us through our past, present and future. The film presents the dawn and the twilight of idols, and the curious afterlife of history’s ghosts.
3. KONTENER ESK NA SERCU SZCZEPINA, ŚW. DAMIAN DE VEUSTER SQUARE
ca. 22.40–22.50: talk
ca. 22.50–23.15: screening
ca. 23.15–23.30: walking
dir. Jamie Jones, Great Britain 2016
feature, 20 min.
A story about how quickly social harmony can break down when people are pushed out to the sidelines. A single-mum family are driven to extreme behaviour when they are evicted from the house they live in illegally and replaced with second-generation immigrants.
4. WROCŁAW CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM, STRZEGOMSKI 2A SQUARE
ca. 23.45–23.55: talk
ca. 23.55–00.20: screening
dir. Feyrouz Serhal, Lebanon 2017
documentary, 26 min.
The World Cup kicks off today and the people of Beirut are eager for the beginning of the long awaited event. Everything seems to be in order, until the broadcast of the first game is disrupted by strange sound waves.
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