During November and thanks to the collaboration of the French Institute in Oslo regarding licenses, we shared diverse French movies in our little screen, as a pilot experience for upcoming year(s). A program curated by antipodes café and Alejandro Torre (UY) that started with a revision of Jacques Tati movies, and then continued going throughout a wide range of topics and ways of making great movies in different times.
This experience finished with the projection of the animation movie “The little prince” –closing two weeks of activities related to that book– and it inspired the activity “Cinemate” at antipodes café Stue, where unannounced french films are shared on every Tuesday.
|11.13||Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot||Jacques Tati||1953|
|11.15||Mon Oncle||Jacques Tati||1958|
|11.16||Jour de fête||Jacques Tati||1949|
|11.21||Sans soleil||Chris Marker||1983|
|11.22||La jetée||Chris Marker||1962|
|11.24||Adieu au langage||Jean-Luc Godard||2014|
|11.25||The society of the Spectacle||Guy E. Debord||1973|
|11.26||Zero for conduct||Jean Vigo||1933|
|11.27||The 400 blows||François Truffaut||1959|
|11.28||The little prince||Mark Osborne||2015|
French Institute in Oslo