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Film Screenings in the Art Lounge

Summer 2010

In June and July in the UTAC art lounge there will be a series of free film screenings loosely based on the concept of landscape. The idea of landscape doesn’t solely consist of physical and geographical elements but also takes into account cultural, social, political and aesthetic considerations.

Schedule of screenings:

June 1–5
10am: Rubin and Ed, 1991, dir. Trent Harris, 82 min
1pm: The Saddest Music in the World, 2003, dir. Guy Maddin, 100 min

June 8–12
10am: Tideland, 2007, dir. Terry Gilliam, 120 min
1pm: Beowulf and Grendel, 2006, dir. Sturla Gunnarson, 104 min

June 15–19
10am: The Fast Runner, 2000, dir. Zacharias Kunuk, 172 min
1pm: Hero, 2002, dir. Zhang Yimou, 99 min

June 22–23
10am: I ♥ Huckabees, dir. David O. Russell, 106 min
1pm: The Yes Men Fix the World, Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, 87 min

June 29-30
10am: Moon, 2009, dir. Duncan Jones, 97 min
1pm: 3-Iron, 2004, dir. Kim Ki-Duk, 88 min

July 6-10
10am: Afterlife, 1999, dir. Kore-eda Hirokazu, 118 min
1pm: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, 2004, dir. Michel Gondry, 108 min

July 13-17
10am: Koyaanisqatsi, 1982, dir. Godfrey Reggio, 87 min
1pm: The Draughtsmans Contract, 1982, dir. Peter Greenaway, 103 min

July 20–24
10am: The Red Balloon, 1956, dir. Alfred Lamorrisse, 34 min
1pm: Manfactured Landscapes, dir. Jennifer Baichwal,90 min

Please note: screenings follow regular gallery hours.


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