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Paweł Pawlikowski follows his Oscar-winning Ida with the stunning Cold War, an epic romance set against the backdrop of Europe after World War II.
This October, Spazju Kreattiv presents a season dedicated to the films of Belgian-born director, Agnès Varda. Her films, photographs and art installations focus on documentary realism, feminist issues and social commentary with a distinctive experimental style.
Agnès Varda skilfully captures Paris at the height of the 60s in this intriguing tale expertly presented in real time about a singer whose life is in turmoil as she awaits a test result from a biopsy.
Sandrine Bonnaire won a Best Actress César for her portrayal as Mona - a young and defiant drifter in this tragic story.
Agnès Varda focuses on the intertwined lives of two women brought together during the struggle of the women's movement in 1970s France. This subject that remains all too familiar with Varda who was personally involved with the movement.
Konrad “Conny” Plank was one of the most innovative sound designers and music producers of his time. He was a pioneer of krautrock and a trailblazer of electronic pop music. Documentary screening and vinyl listening session.
Set in a remote fast food restaurant next to an empty parking lot, the location serves as a model of the world, or of Eastern Europe. Visitors to the restaurant come and go, all of them on the verge of desperation during a seemingly everlasting economic crisis. The only one witnessing and absorbing all of this is the protagonist of the film, the Waitress.
The Secret Society of Souptown is a story of a 10-year-old smart and brave girl Mari and her three best friends, who lives in Souptown, Tartu. One day their city is affected by a mysterious poison which turns adults into children. Our group embark on an adventure you cannot even imagine, in order to discover the antidote.
From the inexhaustible imagination of an eloquent writer, a creative costume designer, and an inspired graphic artist who assemble in an abandoned but magical old cinema, six allegorical tales of heroism, kindness and love intertwine with a multi-cultural journey in history at the four corners of the earth.
The Battle of Tannenberg Line, WWII, 1944. Half of the SS infantry consists of local Estonian conscripts motivated to resist the looming Soviet re-occupation of their small country. Motivated until they meet their brothers in the Soviet Army; men brought out of Siberian labour camps and now returning home.
Zhigen, an old Chinese farmer, has lived alone in Beijing for over 20 years after moving to the city to allow his son Chongyi to attend university. He decides to make the long journey from Beijing to Yang Shuo to honour the promise he made to his wife to bring back the bird that has been his only companion in the city.
Almería (Spain), 1966: John Lennon is suffering an existential crisis, and has decided he’s ready to launch his acting career, and leaves the Beatles. Lennon arrives in Almeria to shoot the war movie “How I won the war”. Antonio, an English teacher who teaches in a state school in Albacete, decides to travel to Almeria to meet John Lennon and make him an unusual offer.