Amos Gitaï « Architecte de la mémoire » – Cinema Galeries

Amos Gitaï « Architecte de la mémoire »

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Introducing

In co-production with the Cinémathèque française and the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, the CINEMA GALERIES is offering a selected retrospective and exhibition of the works of Amos Gitai from 20 March to 7 June.

Introducing

In co-production with the Cinémathèque française and the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, the CINEMA GALERIES is offering a selected retrospective and exhibition of the works of Amos Gitai from 20 March to 7 June.

In co-production with the Cinémathèque française and the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, the CINEMA GALERIES is offering a selected retrospective and exhibition of the works of Amos Gitai from 20 March to 7 June. This exhibition is organised in partnership with the Millenium Festival, which will offer a selection of documentaries from 20 to 28 March as part of its festival.

Since its creation in 2009, the Millenium Festival has pursued its vocation of immersing the spectator in the fascinating and challenging world of documentaries in order to help him discover another face of the world. Initiated to honour films whose themes are linked to the major issues of our society, the festival has become an unmissable event thanks to the originality of its programming.

Concerning the exhibition, the Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai donated his archives to the Cinémathèque française in 2007. These voluminous archives have been classified and precisely retrace his forty years of creation. One of their specific features is the wealth of documentation used for each project, whether documentary or fiction. But also the paradoxical difficulty in identifying the place of the I: rather a hollow, deformed self-portrait, such as the enigmatic drawings he made while convalescing after the helicopter crash in which he almost died.

23 | 03 – 18h00 | HOUSE (1980 – 50 min – 16 mm)
24 | 03 – 18h00 | A HOUSE IN JERUSALEM (1998 – 87 min – 35 mm)
25 | 03 – 18h00 | NEWS FROM HOUSE / NEWS FROM HOME (2005)
26 | 03 – 17h00 | KIPPOUR, SOUVENIRS OF WAR (1997 – 120 min)
27 | 03 – 18h00 | CAMPAIGN JOURNAL (1982 – 73 min – 16 mm)
30 | 03 – 19h00 | ALILA (2002 – 121′, VOSTFR) 02 | 04 – 19h00 | KIPPOUR (1999 – 123′, VOSTFR)
09 | 04 – 19h00 | FREE ZONE (2004 – 90′, VOSTFR) 16 | 04 – 19h00 | KADOSH (1998 – 110′, VOSTFR)
20 | 04 – 19h00 | KEDMA (2001 – 100′, VOSTFR) 23 | 04 – 19h00 | DESENGAGEMENT (2007 – 115′, VOSTFR)
30 | 04 – 19h00 | TSILI (2014, 88′) 04 | 05 – 19h00 | PLUS TARD TU COMPRENDRAS (2007 – 88′)
07 | 05 – 19h00 | PROMISED LAND (2003 – 90′, VOSTFR) 14 | 05 – 19h00 | ANA ARABIA (2013 – 85′, VOSTFR)
28 | 05 – 19h00 | CARMEL (2009 – 92′, VOSTFR)
04 | 06 – 20h00 | ESTHER (1985 – 97′, VOSTFR)

  • DATES: 20 March /7 June.
    MILLENIUM FESTIVAL: 20 March /28 March.
    VERNISSAGE: 19 March – 19:00
    RETROSPECTIVE: 8.50 euros / 6.50 euros.
    EXHIBITION: 5 euros / 3 euros. Every day from 2pm to 8pm (10pm on retrospective nights). Closed on Mondays.

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