Pilar Álvarez García
Beautiful, Beautiful, Beatiful!
2013 / Cuba / 24 min
At Havana’s Fine Arts Museum, someone is commenting on the paintings and sculptures – or rather, using them to express his thoughts. “Today, the Blacks are getting the better of us, we’re all equal!” – during his free associations, the visitor expresses what Cuban culture has not yet dissolved into… ¡Bello, bello, bello! - Read more…
Rafael Urban, Terence Keller
To What do I Owe the Honor of this Illustrious Visit?
2013 / Brazil / 25 min
In front of his seven thousand books on the Brazilian State of Paraná, then in his living room where his “old friends” the portraits are watching him, an old man shows dedications and signatures, the only living signs that remain of the prestigious guests who formerly conversed at his home. “Paintings… A que deve a honra da ilustre visita este simples marquês? - Read more…
By way of... Paris
A special evening in the form of a Rouchian ramble in the capital. Excerpts from his films give an on-screen glimpse of a forthcoming film, a re-editing that assembles images of Paris and Rouchian places. Proposed by Xavier Carniaux (producer) and Laurent Pellé (CFE)
Colectivo dos Trabalhadores da Actividade Cinematográfica
1975 / Portugal / 81 min
Ten film crews cross jubilant Lisbon, filming the Army and the street demonstrations, and finally give voice to the Portuguese people.
2014 / Brazil, Chile / 28 min
A delicately drawn portrait of a discreetly unconventional family in Brazil, O arquipelago manages to share a space-time with its protagonist, the Chilean Alvaro Riveros. So much so, it gives the feeling that the diary of this man, drained by successive exclusions, has been filmed “from the outside”. … O Arquipélago - Read more…
Arrested Cinema : Russia
“What will happen next? Who’s going to be tomorrow’s hero? Which of the opposition leaders: a provocative lawyer, a scandalous pop star, a challenging leftist politician? Or someone completely different? We see them speaking on the screen, speaking on the floor. In the thick of the crowd at the… Arrested Cinema : Russie - Read more…
Workshop: Jean Rouch & co. at work - last "ethnofictions"
The workshop draws on a group of "ethnofictions" to present Rouchian cinema in the making, its organicity,the place it gives to the unfinished, and its ability to influence the films of others. At the end of the workshop: screening of the first ersion of La Vache merveilleuse (1994, 53') Hosted by Andrea… Atelier : Jean Rouch & co. au travail - dernières « ethnofictions » - Read more…
2008 / France / 10 min
Alessio Rigo de Righi, Matteo Zoppis
2013 / Argentina, Italy / 33 min
Hercules, a peerless hunter of the Roman countryside, firmly believes that a panther – a “black beast” – is hiding deep in the woods and regularly devouring chickens, rabbits, sheep… This rumour of a fierce creature haunting the forest near the Italian capital steeped the filmmakers’ childhoods and… Belva nera - Read more…
1984 / Brazil / 119 min
A screening in tribute to Eduardo Coutinho, who died on February 2 nd 2014. This film, which won the 1985 Cinéma du réel Grand Prix, testifies to the qualities of seeing and listening of one of Brazil’s leading cultural figures.
Letter to a father
2013 / Argentina, France / 63 min
“Last night, I dreamt I was at Entre Rios…”: when these words are heard offscreen, the pond, the horses, the splendour of a real landscape have already been seen, like a wish come true before it has been uttered. As is his habit, Edgardo Cozarinsky mixes traces, displaces documents, this time the papers… Carta a un padre - Read more…
Down to Earth
1994 / Germany, France, Portugal / 110 min
A nurse from Lisbon accompanies a seriously injured Cape Verdean worker back to his home country; a hybrid film with a haunting strangeness, centred on the encounter with otherness.
David Redmon, Ashley Sabin
2014 / U.S.A. / 8 min
Far removed from animal naturalism, donkeys wander around, enter and leave the frame. Because of the angles and closeness of the camera, their movements create a strange and secret choreography. The editing also furthers this game of construction as the credits indicate that several donkey sanctuaries… Choreography - Read more…
Tham Nguyen Thi
The Last Journey of Madam Phung
2014 / Vietnam / 87 min
A green truck drives through the night. In the morning, a marquee-like structure is erected and, in the evening, in the half-light of small lamps, wigs begin to move up and down, the New Year songs fall silent for the sale of tombola tickets. Madame Phung and her troupe of transvestite singers travel… Chuyen di cuoi cung cua chi phung - Read more…
1996 / France / 42 min
"An encounter with the last great shaman of peyote and the secrets of healing. These are the winter rites opening the Way of Ciguri, the final phase of Antonin Artaud’’s Taharumara experience." (RC)
1999 / France / 65 min
"Winter rites, peyote rites. A creative documentary based on the texts of Antonin Artaud read by Jean Rouch and the words of the last shaman of peyote translated by Raymonde Carasco." (Raymonde Carasco)
Ridha Tlili, Ayten Mutlu Saray
2013 / Switzerland, Tunisia / 90 min
Three years after the outbreak of the Arab Springs, a return to Sidi Bouzid, where the suicide of a young man sparked off the first uprising, in Tunisia. Since then, the inhabitants have been inventing a new culture of resistance.
The Corral and the Wind
2014 / Bolivia / 54 min
In an enigmatic prologue, a teenager plays with his cat on the bed of his tiny room: as the shot lasts, the palpable idleness drives a growing violence towards the animal. In these heights, time stretches and spreads out, vacuous despite the daily chores of rural life. We are only half surprised when… El Corral y el viento - Read more…
Addoc debate: Why do you shoot me?
In film portraits, how is mutual trust built up? Two filmmaker-character duos explore with us this singular relationship, whose ultimate challenge remains the making of a film. With Alice Diop, Blaise Harrison (the filmmakers), Steve Tientcheu and Armand Suarez (their film’s lead characters) Hosted… Débat Addoc : Pourquoi tu me filmes ? La délicate alchimie du rapport filmeur-filmé - Read more…
Débat Périphérie : La coopération et la mise en partage, vers de nouvelles formes de soutien à la création ?
Débat Périphérie : La coopération et la mise en partage, vers de nouvelles formes de soutien à la création ?
On its 30th anniversary and the 10th anniversary of Cinéastes en résidence, Périphérie proposes a reflection and discussion on the invention of shared spaces for filmmaking, as a complement to those already in place: laboratories to support the making of fi lms that explore, that experiment. With Marta… Débat Périphérie : La coopération et la mise en partage, vers de nouvelles formes de soutien à la création ? - Read more…
My Tongue Does not Turn
2013 / Germany / 92 min
What does returning mean, when roots make almost no sense to those concerned? Deciding to film the village of her maternal ancestors over a long period and to have her grandparents to live there again for a while, Serpil Turhan forces “destiny”, which, as her mother likes to tell her, “is not on my… Dilim Dönmüyor - Read more…
2009 / France / 36 min
With the search for a Gradiva in the land of the Tarahumara, the film establishes the link between the European literary essay and the ethnographic quest in Mexico. Shot in 1977, it was only in in 2009 that Régis Hébraud rediscovered it. (NB)
What Now? Remind Me
2013 / Portugal / 164 min
Film diary where death is constantly defied by life. The film is traversed by a wealth of form and narrative, both angry and poetic, where the past constantly spills over into the present, and cinema into reality.
Echo of the Mountain
2014 / Mexico / 80 min
The prologue, footage from 1997, has a bitter taste: we see the mural by the Mexican Santos de la Torre inaugurated in grand style at the Paris Palais-Royal metro station, a few metres below the Louvre. But “I was not invited. I went harvesting. It was badly installed…” In a fitting reversal, it is… Eco de la montaña - Read more…
2001 / France, Netherlands, Russia / 47 min
"It’s snowing. I can see smoke above the night down. I can’t recognise it. The shore begins to move away… I see a strip of water. Everything now looks like the flight of a night bird." (voice from the film)
2014 / France / 14 min
“The boys won’t let us play football at school.” Paper and pencil to hand, a young girl details how the games are shared out in her schoolyard. She constantly reconfigures her sketch, demarcating the different zones of exclusion, big squares, small circles, sports enclaves to be circumvented: all of… Espace - Read more…
Jeanne Delafosse, Camille Plagnet
2014 / France / 59 min
This portrait of a twenty-year-old Burkinabe could have been called Money or To Have and Have Not: Eugène, an accountancy student at Ouagadougou high school, devotes all of his free time to the art of getting by, be it by borrowing his brother’s motorbike or convincing a potential buyer of the value… Eugène Gabana le Pétrolier - Read more…
2014 / Congo, France / 90 min
In front of the Athénée Royal high school in Kisangani, there are still large puddles, the remains of a flood. “Athénée Royal? Athénée rubbish, rather!”: the tone is set, a mix of antipathy towards this venerable institution and the teenagers’ need to pass, come what may, the Congolese baccalaureate,… Examen d'état - Read more…
2004 / France / 10 min
João Paulo Ferreira
1976 / Portugal / 43 min
A subversive queer musical comedy inspired by Jesus Christ Superstar. Ferreira demolishes one of the ideological mainstays of the Estado Novo: Our Lady of Fatima.
2014 / France / 20 min
1975 / Portugal / 24 min
"The festivities in honour of Sao Pedro,August 8th and 9th 1975. A complement to Gente da Praia da Vieira, isolated from the whole film material, because of its specificities and thematic unity." (José de Matos-Cruz)
1996 / France / 12 min
¶ A documentary (Géographie humaine) and a feature film (Gare du Nord), Claire Simon’s project also comes as a webdoc. A screening and discussion with the filmmaker around this emerging form questioning narration, editing and diffusion.
Story of Night
1978 / Switzerland / 63 min
"Here, the subject of night is by definition inexhaustible. It tells of the night in towns, small or large, in villages or metropolises, silent or soundfilled,lifeless or agitated. Each recognises what they can… Klopfenstein’s unsystematic, non-metaphysical editing also remains very mysterious." (Serge… Geschichte der Nacht - Read more…
2014 / France / 64 min
Go forth: the title would leave a bitter taste if Soufiane Adel’s film did nothing more than intercut Super-8 footage, shot by a friend’s father in colonial black Africa, with the memories of elderly Algerians seriously wounded fighting for France in myriad wars. In fact, this rapprochement gives voice… Go Forth - Read more…
Whispers of the cities
2013 / Iraq, United Kingdom / 62 min
Kasim Abid describes his two previous short films, and this small city symphony with no story or dialogue as “a play without a playwright”. Like Victor Kossakovsky’s Tische, which shares the same vantage point, Hams al moodun restores the original sense of the cliché that the documentary is a window… Hams al moodun - Read more…
Skies and Lands
2014 / France / 90 min
Enriched by filmmaker’s long friendship with two landless farmers of the Nordeste, Antonio and Vanilda, Hautes Terres opens as their community is making a fresh start. The twenty families that had set up huts as an occupation camp are soon given ownership of the patch of mountain they occupy. With successive… Hautes terres - Read more…
Once upon a Time
2014 / Turkey / 81 min
In the footsteps of a Kurdish family that has temporarily emigrated from the south-east of Turkish Kurdistan to plant lettuces in the north of the country, we bypass the fairy tale line suggested by the title. Instead, we discover direct cinema committed to conveying the length of their on-going journey… He bû tune bû - Read more…
2014 / Iran / 16 min
Hozour documents the Achura ceremony (the celebration of the martyrdom of Muhammad’s grandson, Hussein) in a small town near Ispahan, Khasar, that is relatively uninhabited the rest of the year. It observes and assembles in a compact fashion a huge wave of people, a powerful surge of collective energy.… Hozour - Read more…
2013 / Germany / 120 min
An invitation to travel, Volker Koepp’s film work redefines and updates itself with astonishing mastery. In Sarmatia’s prologue lays down the metaphor of Schaktarp, the melting ice from Russia that refreezes on the River Niemen: a surface neither soft nor hard, ”like our lives”. Koepp again crosses… In Samartien - Read more…
2014 / France, Switzerland / 105 min
“I’m an Iranian who doesn’t think like them and I tell them so”: from 2010 to 2012, Mehran Tamadon, who lives in France, returns to his family home near Teheran to debate with the “defenders of the Islamic Republic of Iran”. Rearranged for the occasion, the living room is to serve as a shared space… Iranien - Read more…
Professional meeting: The new combinations of film circulation, part 1
Inventiveness has always been one of the keys to documentary diffusion; whereas, for many, VOD remains a world of discovery, documentaries already commonly refer to "crowdfunding" and "communities". To increase film theatre audiences and encourage the encounter between films and their viewers, could… Journée professionnelle : Les nouvelles combinaisons de diffusion, 1e partie - Read more…
Kamen - The Stones
2014 / France / 65 min
Reconstructing the past: never before has this expression had such literal meaning as in the Republika Srpska, where nationalists and the Orthodox clergy engage, stone by stone, in a disturbing trafficking of remembrance following the 1992-95 war. The film opens to the sounds of a worksite. “If stones… Kamen - Les Pierres - Read more…
2013 / United Kingdom, Switzerland / 72 min
Through Londoners’ voices interspersed by that of a zany newsreader, Xiaolu Guo questions the gentrification of the city’s East End and the impact of globalised capitalism on ordinary lives.
Ester Sparatore, Letizia Gullo
2014 / France / 73 min
The heated election campaign of the green municipal candidate, Giusi Nicolini, on the island of Lampedusa, offers an original view of a place abandoned as much by the cinema as by the rest of the world. Transformed – through no wish of its own – into the cemetery for Africans emigrating to Europe, the… Mare Magnum - Read more…
"This cinema, it’s me, it’s my life…" said Raymonde Carasco. Here, an exploration into the making of films: her husband, editor, cameraman, sound recordist, Régis Hébraud will talk about making films as a twosome, in intense and fertile fusion. Hosted by Nicole Brenez (Professor of Cinema Studies),… Masterclass Régis Hébraud : réaliser un film Tarahumaras de/avec Raymonde Carasco - Read more…
Raymonde Carasco, Régis Hébraud
2011 / France / 34 min
“The most culturally mixed of the Tarahumara dances, a hermaphrodite dance says Raymonde. We may have captured a little of Artaud’s vision in the Le rite du peyotl chez les Tarahumaras.” (Régis Hébraud)
Lætitia Tura, Hélène Crouzillat
2014 / France / 70 min
“Where are all those people who left and never arrived?” Be it the Moroccan fishermen who regularly find lifeless bodies or the parish register where a French priest notes down as best he can the origin of the deceased, Les Messagers positions itself on the fine divide that separates living migrants… Les Messagers - Read more…
Metaphor or Sadness Inside Out
2014 / Portugal, United Kingdom / 32 min
Ten years after their mother’s death, a brother and sister write to each other. The use of intrinsically nostalgic and grainy Super-8 images – closer to the senses than the story – provide a formal translation of a “treasure” that the filmmaker and her brother discovered at this time: “a Chinese box… Metáfora ou a tristeza virada do avesso - Read more…
1998 / France / 73 min
This portrait of the DALAROUTAMOU group at work depicts the art of companionship, which is doubly present in this collaborative film by Jean-André Fieschi, who was invited to the second shoot of La Vache merveilleuse.
1977 / Portugal / 81 min
Memories and dreams, imagination and reality intermingle in a film full of enthusiasm and which has enormous freedom of form and a zest for life and discovery of the world.
2001 / France / 10 min
2008 / France / 10 min
1996 / France / 12 min
2014 / France / 70 min
Twenty minutes from the Champs Élysées, the foreign and mostly illiterate chambermaids in a “Première Classe” hotel go on strike for the first time. For Denis Gheerbrant, who has an unmatched ability to listen, words are particularly important as they relate to acts: “Première Classe” – when the workers… On a grèvé - Read more…
1996 / France / 27 min
“The underside, in the wings of the staging of the Passion in the village of Norogachic. The secret initiatory rites of two Pascoleros, filmed for the first time, are at the centre of this document.” (RC)
1982 / France / 58 min
“At the Holy Week celebrations, the Taharumara invent or rediscover ritual dances of men with painted faces and bodies. A commemoration of prepararing for which combat?” (RC)
John Berger, Timothy Neat
1989 / United Kingdom / 72 min
Passengers waiting for a flight; a mysterious stranger tells the story of a special day in the life of Bruno, a young peasant who leaves his land and livestock to take a trip to Venice with his orchestra. The film celebrates the power of stories.
1928 / Czech Republic / 22 min
Commissioned by an electricity company: Prague, its streets, its tramway, its first neon lighting. The deep black of the film stock pierced by electricity and a powerful spotlight.
1957 / France / 19 min
The story of a double night: one in the metro’s labyrinth, the other the dream of a love-struck youngster. The deep blacks of Eugen Schufftan, before he photographed Head Against the Wall and Eyes Without a Face.
When I will be dictator
2013 / Belgium / 90 min
What does making someone else’s autobiography imply? How do you tell the most intimate of stories - the narrator's friendship with Georges, his madness, his disappearance – with 8-mm and Super-8 footage filmed by complete strangers? Generous and mischievous, the answer is immediately given by the film's… Quand je serai dictateur - Read more…
Joy of Man's Desiring
2014 / Canada / 69 min
This essay-film as enchanting as it is enigmatic takes up “the” favourite documentary subject: manual work, the satisfaction or alienation of repeated gestures and man’s interaction with the machine. Yet, there is nothing less object-oriented than Denis Côté’s films. In the first part of Joy of Man’s… Que ta joie demeure - Read more…
2014 / France / 40 min
“The 4 August 2009, I was on a family trip in Kham, a Chinese province inhabited by Tibetans. I was invited to attend a ‘heavenly funeral’, where the corpse of the deceased is offered up to vultures.” By beginning his film with images that he is reviewing on his editing table, Stéphane Batut immediately… Le Rappel des oiseaux - Read more…
Meeting Portugal, April 25th 1974 - "Uma tentativa de amor"
Jose Manuel Costa, Philippe Costantini,Rui Simoes, Alberto Seixas Santos (to be confirmed), Antonio-Pedro Vasconcelos (to be confirmed) discuss and explore the film movement that grew out of and offered militant support to the Carnation Revolution. Hosted by Federico Rossin (the retrospective’s curator)
2013 / France, Italy / 93 min
A French preview screening of the 70th Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion. With his usual ability to create immersive experiences, Gianfranco Rosi travels the highway circling Rome, composing an impressionist mosaic centred on some of those who live in the vicinity of this place of transit.
Blood of My Blood
2014 / Argentina, France / 77 min
With astonishing narrative flow, Jérémie Reichenbach films alternately the work and home life of an Argentine Mapuche family whose two sons work in a slaughterhouse. Gradually, what first appeared to border on fantasy or horror (a car arriving in darkness, the sound of knives being sharpened in the… Sangre de mi sangre - Read more…
Sauerbruch Hutton Architects
2013 / Germany / 73 min
Architects at work: a priori nothing lends itself better to cinema, nothing is more graphic than shots that alternate between the drawing and the built structure, between the two-dimensional plan and the three-dimensional result. Yet this film, with its corporate-sounding title, shot over three months… Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten - Read more…
But Here, Maybe
2014 / France / 65 min
Everything starts with objects. Matthieu Chatellier, who from behind the camera talks with the members of an Emmaus community in the Caen region, recognises the plates and furniture that lulled his childhood. But he barely has time to sink into nostalgia: all the men he films are active, over-active… Sauf ici, peut-être - Read more…
Robert Kramer, Philip Spinelli
1976 / U.S.A., Portugal / 96 min
A film made for the activist minorities in the United States, to help them learn about the events in Portugal, which had been distorted by the international press.
2013 / Italy / 89 min
With or without needles, dry or still green, pulled out of dustbins or “reserved” well in advance with janitors – in the streets of Naples, a group of kids recovers Christmas trees once festivities are over. As tireless and busy as the kids, the film reproduces this hyperactivity, which seems even more… Il Segreto - Read more…
2013 / U.S.A., Japan / 149 min
Senkyo (2007) followed the rickety campaign of Yamauchi, an inexperienced candidate parachuted into Kawasaki by the Japanese Liberal-Democrat party. Since then in Theatre, Kazuhiro Soda gave an oblique portrait of a Japanese playwright and theatre director, and his conception of an “observational film”:… Senkyo 2 - Read more…
Olivier Dury, Marie-Violaine Brincard
2014 / France / 90 min
Hocine, David, Seta, Sofian, all aged about twenty, are taking lessons in an unusual class in the Paris suburb of Bondy in order to reintegrate a standard sixth form class. Bodybuilding, arithmetic or set-making for a play they will put on – the flexible teaching methods enable the filmmakers, all ears,… Si j'existe, je ne suis pas un autre - Read more…
2013 / Brazil / 27 min
In January 2013, Eduardo Coutinho travels to Pernambuco (Brazil) to meet two characters still alive of his documentary "Cabra marcado para morrer" (1964-1984): Cícero and João José (Dão da Galileia).
2013 / France, Italy / 88 min
In the early 20th century, the quarrymen of Carrare crossed the Atlantic to work in the quarries of Barre, Vermont. But it is a later period that interests The Stone River, a film of words “displaced” in much the same way as whole corporations of pauperised Europeans. In the 1930s, the Roosevelt administration… The Stone River - Read more…
Round table: filming the (by) night
Film excerpts and the participants’ work experiences (from fi lm stock to digital) take us through a few moments in the history of "night-time" cinema. With Sabine Lancelin (cinematographer), Matthieu Poirot-Delpech (cinematographer & president of AFC) and Philippe Grandrieux (filmmaker) Hosted by Marie-Pierre… Table ronde : filmer la (de) nuit - Read more…
Critikat round table - The Cine-eye at the service of utopian anthropology
Which cinematic form is able to recreate the encounter between people and the movie camera? With filmmakers attuned to ethnographic questions, this round table will explore the avenues opened up by Jean Rouch – those that continue and those that have taken other directions. With Stéphane Batut, Philippe… Table ronde Critikat - Le Ciné-œil au service d'une anthropologie utopique - Read more…
2003 / France / 38 min
"The first of a series of five short films based around the words of the ‘last Shaman’ of the Tarahumara who accepted to express his thoughts during conversations in places of his choosing." (RC)
1979 / France / 30 min
“The chronicle of an encounter: between the Taharumara Indians and a camera in search of a people. Musical montage: rhythms of walking, customary gestures, and postures.” (RC)
1977 / Portugal / 68 min
A rigorous activist film that tells the history of the latifundia in Portugal and deconstructs the system: how long will it take to obtain justice in the Alentejo region?
Emmanuel Gras, Aline Dalbis
2014 / France / 85 min
This immersion in an overnight shelter in Marseille immediately focuses on the doorstep – the door being the nerve centre of this winter shelter for the homeless. A timetable to respect, fighting and alcohol forbidden, a symbolic euro to pay at the desk, the breakfast voucher… A set of rules that many… Trois cents hommes - Read more…
1980 / France / 25 min
"Tutuguri is apre-Colombian original native dance: 'Solo que Oï, bailaban Ellos, bailaban', as Erasmo Palma was to tell us. From the outset, they had a taste for inebriation and dance." (Régis Hébraud)
2014 / France / 10 min
The title’s “model village”, Kijong-dong, is to be understood as in the term “model ghetto” associated with Theresienstadt. It exists for real in the DMZ (the Korean demilitarised zone), a 250-km stretch of land separating North and South Korea. But since the recent North-Korean crisis, filming there… Village modèle - Read more…
2013 / United Kingdom / 25 min
"I went to find him in Quincy. It was the week before Christmas." Tilda Swinton proposes more than a portrait of her friend and accomplice; everyday situations alternate with conversations on shared concerns, and listening becomes the mainstay of the film.
A participatory and anthropological approach proposing to "mortgage one's night" in order to deepen our understanding of insomnia. The authors offer us here a collective and sensory, unique and unprecedented multimedia live show.
Karel Doing, Greg Pope, Bea Haut, Ben Hayman
1998 / Netherlands / 9 min
Image by image, optical effects and long shutter speeds transfigure the performances of the British group Loophole Cinema. "The essence of cinema, writing with light, is represented in a hallucinatory way." (Karel Doing)
2013 / Denmark, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Palestine, United Kingdom / 12 min
In 2012, in A World Not Ours, Mahdi Fleifel, born in the Palestinian refugee camp, Ain el-Helweh, in the Lebanon, returned to film his friend Abu Eyad. A furtive but intense and sober plunge into an underground existence, Xenos bears the same stamp of intimacy. Abu Eyad is now blocked at the gates to… Xenos - Read more…
Out of Focus
2014 / China / 88 min
Xu xiao looks at Chinese urbanity through children’s “discovery” of photography. The participants of a workshop run by Shengze Zhu in a school for “migrant children” in Wuhan, central China, are about twelve years old. Filming first the school roof (a four-storey building frugally fitted out for two… Xu Jiao - Read more…
1985 / France / 50 min
“It was at Augustin’s that the performance of Tutuguri appeared the most beautiful, the clearest: the greater beauty of the place, the bigger space, the exceptional light.” (RC)
Zivan Makes a Punk Festival
2013 / Serbia / 63 min
“In two hundred years, it’ll be Woodstock!” In his village near Belgrade, Zivan Pujic, aka Jimmy, is organising a punk festival alone and on a shoestring. For this sixth edition, the festival will be international as one of the bands is from Slovakia, but his stage is still the concrete slab at the… Živan pravi pank festival - Read more…