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Craft of Film Barbican Melancholia

The Craft of Film

London,Barbican Centre22 Feb - 28 Feb
Have you ever wondered why a film looks, sounds, makes you feel the way it does?  We’re highlighting ten cinematic crafts that are key to a film’s success – from directing to acting to cinematography – with a week of outstanding European films, and extended ScreenTalks and masterclasses, to shine a light on the extraordinary skills and teamwork needed to bring a motion picture to the screen. During these events, film experts talk about their craft, giving us a deeper…
"Alois Nebel" + Screen Talk with Tomáš Luňák

“Alois Nebel” + Screen Talk with Tomáš Luňák

London,Barbican28 Feb
The Barbican hosts a screening of director Tomáš Luňák’s film, “Alois Nebel” (Czech Republic/Slovak Republic/Germany, 2011, 84 min), as a part of The Craft of Film series. We’re delighted to be joined by Luňák for a talk after the screening, hosted by Jonathan Hodgson. Luňák’s dark and atmospheric film is adapted from a comic book trilogy by Jaroslav Rudiš and Jaromír 99, uses rotoscope animation to transpose the striking visuals of the original to the screen. A reduced palate of black,…
SiM 2016/2017 Screening: Seven Sisters Indoor Market

SiM 2016/2017 Screening: Seven Sisters Indoor Market

London,LSE28 Feb
Spanish in Motion starts a new phase in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes Londres. Our first activity will be the screening of The Seven Sisters Indoor Market by Klearjos Papanicolaou and Marios Kleftakis (95’, 2016, English and Spanish with English subtitles), followed by a Q&A on the issues raised by the film with the filmmakers and Pr. Cathy Mcllwaine. The Seven Sisters Indoor Market (also known as El Mercado de Pueblito Paisa) is a feature-length documentary depicting contemporary London in the midst of…
Cinema Made in Italy

Cinema Made in Italy

London,Cine Lumiere1 Mar - 5 Mar
Cinema Made in Italy returns to Ciné Lumière from 1 – 5 March 2017. This 7th edition of the festival brings a brand new array of cinematic delights, with an alluring line-up of recent Italian productions, including Q&A sessions with the film-makers. The lineup includes the following films: “7 Minutes”, “Ears”, “Pericle the Black”, “The Confessions”, “In Guerra per Amore”, “Slam”, “Pawn Streets”, “Vangelo”, and “I Was a Dreamer”. The five-day annual event is organised by Istituto Luce Cinecittà, in…
Susana Medina, Paul Louis Archer: Object Lessons

Susana Medina, Paul Louis Archer: Object Lessons

London,Instituto Cervantes London – new address off the Strand2 Mar
Screening, reading and discussion: an evening of objects, literature and gorgeous photography. ‘Susana Medina: Object Lessons,’ an audio-visual story by photographer Paul Louis Archer in collaboration with the author, has the power of objects at its core, the main theme of Medina’s critically acclaimed book, Philosophical Toys, and a subject Archer has skilfully explored in his visual work. After a reading and a screening, the photographer and writer will discuss their creative process as well as the collaboration which led…
Fashion and Cinema: Personal Shopper + Q&A

Fashion & Cinema: “Personal Shopper” + Q&A

London,Cine Lumiere8 Mar
As part of the Fashion & Cinema series, Institut français du Royaume-Uni is screening of Olivier Assayas’ 2016 film “Personal Shopper” on 8 March, followed by a Q&A with the film’s costume designer Jürgen Doering. The film is in English and French with English subtitles. Following their previous collaboration on the acclaimed Clouds of Sils Maria, Kristen Stewart reunites with director Assayas and costume designer Doering in an engaging and visually stunning psychological thriller. Maureen (Stewart) is an American girl living in…
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Le Misanthrope

London,Cine Lumiere29 Mar
The Institut français du Royaume-Uni presents a Theatre Broadcast of “Le Misanthrope” from La Comédie-Française. In this take on Molière’s greatest classic, starring Loïc Corbery as Alceste, the characters are placed outside a mansion that is being renovated instead of the cosy setting of a salon. The set is a moving space, a metaphor for what, according to the director, the repertoire should be “evolving, completely of its century but nourished by previous centuries and already turning to the coming…
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All About Piano

London,Institut français in London31 Mar - 2 Apr
All About Piano! returns to the Institut français for its 5th edition, with a programme as exciting as ever: from concerts to talks, cine-concerts, masterclasses, free tuitions, kids’ activities and even an art exhibition: there is an event to suit all! Come and join us for three days of music and fun.
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