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FoR18


Cocote + Q&A
Apr
28
8:15 AM08:15

Cocote + Q&A

Dir. Nelson Carlo de Los Santos Arias, Dominican Republic/Argentina/Germany/Qatar, 2017, 106 mins
A sensory portrait of the syncretic, multi-layered landscape of the Dominican Republic, Cocote takes ethical expectations, and family feuds as its focus. The film follows evangelical Christian Alberto as he returns home to attend the funeral of his murdered father and finds that he is expected to take part in rituals that are conflict with his beliefs.

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Radio Atlas + Panel Discussion
Apr
27
6:30 PM18:30

Radio Atlas + Panel Discussion

Radio Atlas returns to Frames of Representation to present two subtitled audio works in which women travel in their imaginations - returning to landscapes from their past or escaping into audio adventures. The short feature ‘La Reine du Podcast’ (Colette’s Podcasts, ARTE Radio) accompanies ‘Soeurs de Camp’ (Camp Sisterhood, ARTE Radio) in which three women share memories of their time in a French concentration camp.

 

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Colony, Riots and Unheard Fragments of Time
Apr
27
5:00 PM17:00

Colony, Riots and Unheard Fragments of Time

A Workshop with Gürcan Keltek hosted by Ludovica Fales

Through his engagement with the physical and affective traces of the past, Gürcan Keltek attempts to capture a fragmented, disappearing reality, to keep it intact. Patterned with echoes, his film creates a visual experience which allows riots, conflicts and shifting political conditions to surface, articulating characters’ inner time in dialogue with the sociopolitical sphere.

 

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The Son (Syn) + Q&A
Apr
26
6:15 PM18:15

The Son (Syn) + Q&A

Dir. Alexander Abaturov, France/Russia, 2018, 71 mins
In Siberia, a group of young recruits compete in harsh conditions to join the elite Spetsnaz special forces. At home, a family grieves for a lost son, killed in 2013 at the age of 21. Interweaving these narratives, The Son immerses us in the intense world of the Russian military training apparatus, observing the changes that take place in young soldiers as they prepare for violent conflict, their lives intertwined with the fate of the group

 

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Extinction (Extinção) + Q&A
Apr
25
8:15 PM20:15

Extinction (Extinção) + Q&A

Dir. Salomé Lamas, Germany/Portugal, 2018, 80 mins
Hypnotic and multi-layered, Extinction meditates on the troubled borders of Eastern Europe with a melancholy lyricism. Shot in black-and-white, Salome Lamas’ essay film follows Kolya, a young man who is loyal to Transnistria - a communist state that broke away from the former Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, yet is today unrecognized by the international community. 

 

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In Conversation with Xu Bing
Apr
25
6:00 PM18:00

In Conversation with Xu Bing

Talk on surveillance, data collection and storytelling

What tools does cinema offer for exploring the complex relationships between data collection, surveillance and storytelling? In this talk, artist and director Xu Bing returns to the ICA following his 1997 Installation by Xu Bing show, to lead a discussion on framing of different kinds, exploring our contemporary landscapes of surveillance and his approach to negotiating the dynamics between filmmaker, film and audience; between artistic creation and market consumption.  

 

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Dragonfly Eyes + Q&A
Apr
24
8:15 PM20:15

Dragonfly Eyes + Q&A

Dir. Xu Bing, China, 2017, 81 mins
All across China, surveillance cameras are tracking citizens as they go about their lives. Compiling diverse fragments of actual CCTV footage, Chinese artist Xu Bing constructs an unsettling fictional narrative: a young woman leaves a Buddhist monastery to begin a new life, working in various jobs until she ultimately finds fame online.

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Family Life (Familienleben) + Q&A
Apr
24
6:00 PM18:00

Family Life (Familienleben) + Q&A

Dir. Rosa Hanna Ziegler, Germany, 2018, 94 mins
On an isolated farm in Eastern Germany, Biggi lives with her two teenage daughters, her violent former husband and an assortment of dogs, cats and other animals. With an empathic, intimate perspective, the film observes her as she balances the demands of agricultural work with the desire to build a home for her daughters.

 

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How to Film Nothing - Lecture with Boris Mitic
Apr
23
6:15 PM18:15

How to Film Nothing - Lecture with Boris Mitic

The director of satirical documentary In Praise of Nothing joins us for special, tongue-in-cheek lecture about Nothing. He presents a quirky overview of the creative and production challenges of making his whistleblowing documentary parody, in which he explores his chosen topic and the process of creating a narrative from thousands of hours of footage shot by filmmakers across the globe.

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Delta + Q&A
Apr
22
5:45 PM17:45

Delta + Q&A

Dir. Oleksandr Techynskyi, Ukraine/Germany, 2017, 81 mins
In the isolated, rural world of the Danube Delta, daily life is centred on a harsh and unforgiving landscape. Men cut through tall reeds and ice to bring in the harvest by boat; orthodox church-goers fill vessels of holy water.

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Braguino + Q&A
Apr
22
4:00 PM16:00

Braguino + Q&A

Dir. Clément Cogitore, France/Finland, 2017, 50 minsDeep in the Siberian taiga, two feuding families live on opposite banks of a river. Part of an ancient sect of the Russian Orthodox Church, the villagers reject the authority of the state and live by their own rules and principles. 

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Politics, Borders and Landscape in Eastern Europe
Apr
22
2:15 PM14:15

Politics, Borders and Landscape in Eastern Europe

In this workshop, the directors of Braguino and Delta join us to discuss their filmmaking process, the politics of landscape, and their engagement with the changing relationship between humans and the environment. Drawing out the complex imbrications of formal choices and ethics, the workshop reflects on contemporary film’s responsibilities in a rapidly changing present.

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Djon Africa + Q&A
Apr
21
6:00 PM18:00

Djon Africa + Q&A

Dir. Filipa Reis/ João Miller Guerra, Portugal/Brazil/Cape Verde, 2018, 95 min
The debut scripted feature by documentarian directors João Miller Guerra and Filipa Reis, Djon Africa is a warm-hearted picaresque, following a man travelling to Cape Verde in search of his father.

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A Case Study: TERRATREME
Apr
21
4:00 PM16:00

A Case Study: TERRATREME

In this seminar, led by independent producer and activist Brenda Coughlin (Risk; Cameraperson; Citizenfour), filmmakers from Portugal’s influential TERRATREME collective discuss their vision for independent film production, as well as the new possibilities and challenges facing filmmakers today.

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FoR18 - Secret Screening
Apr
21
2:00 PM14:00

FoR18 - Secret Screening

The film title will only be revealed during the introduction. The film is a 2018 production with a running time of slightly under 60 minutes. The first ever FRAMES of REPRESENTATION secret screening is the international premiere of a film that tackles the issue of predatory relationships, probing complex power dynamics through a constantly shifting moral and ethical lens. 

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Black Mother + Q&A
Apr
20
8:30 PM20:30

Black Mother + Q&A

Lyrical and haunting, Black Mother is a film-poem to Jamaica, conjuring up the island in a polyphony of voices, textures and tales. Moving between the voices of different characters, from the prayers of priests to the testimonies of sex workers, the film captures the plurality and idiosyncrasy of its overlapping worlds.

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