Join us for this five-day film festival to enjoy a wide variety of films from many different countries where Spanish and Portuguese are spoken and to converse with filmmakers, actors, and producers. The Latino and Iberian Film Festival (LIFFY) is hosted at Yale, free and open to the general public. All films are screened with English subtitles. For more information about LIFFY and the festival program, please visit https://liffy.yale.edu/.
We are delighted to welcome Berlin-based experimental cineaste Ute Aurand for a screening of four 16mm shorts. One of the leading voices of lyrical cinema today, and a key figure in the German alternative film culture, Ute Aurand’s interest lies in the mundane and the intimate. Her films approach issues of female embodiment in the milieu and offer glimpses of her entourage’s lives over time. The screening will take place on April 24th at York street 212 (6.30 pm) and will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.
1979. USSR. Directed by Lana Gogoberidze. In Georgian; English subtitles. 95 min.
Next in our Women Filmmakers Series:
A 30th anniversary 35mm screening of LITTLE VERA (1988; 135 minutes, with English subtitles)
Wednesday, April 17, 7 pm, in the Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium
REEES Film Series of Spring 2019 presents a Documentary Screening & Post-Film Discussion with Marianna Yarovskaya, Director & Producer
The film is based on Hoover Institution Press Publication’s Paul Gregory’s book Women of the Gulag: Portraits of Five Remarkable Lives. In researching the surviving threads of memoirs and oral reminiscences of five women victimized by the Gulag, author
REEES Program, the Department of the History of Art, and the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures present Igor Tsukanov, Chairman of the Tsukanov Family Foundation (“TFF”), an UK-based charity supporting education, culture, and the arts in Russia and around the world. Mr. Tsukanov will discuss “Defining Russian Post-War Art: A Collector’s Perspective.”
The 15th Annual European Cinema Conference - On the Edge European Cinema in 1939
The Two day conference will explore European films released in the year 1939
Conference Program Notes: http://bit.ly/1939EuropeanConf
Friday, April 5
1:30PM Screening of Children of Divorce (35mm)
3:15PM Screening of Water for Canitoga (16mm)
5:30PM Screening of Department Store (DCP)
7:00pm Opening Reception in Rm 108
8:15PM Screening of Daybreak (DCP)
Second day of the Annual European Cinema Conference.
The conference will explore European films released in the year 1939.
Saturday, April 6
8:30AM Screening of Aktivistit (DCP)
10:30AM Screening of Tractor Drivers (35mm)
1:30PM Screening of Mamele (DCP)
New digital restoration and new English subtitles by The National Center for Jewish Film, Brandeis University
3:30PM Screening of There’s No Tomorrow (DCP)
5:15PM Screening of Wilton’s Zoo (35mm)
9:00PM Screening of The Rules of the Game (35mm)
Presented by the Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies, the Council on European Studies, and the Hellenic Studies Program
A graduate of the Athens Conservatory of Music with degrees in classical guitar and composition, Spiros Exaras is an internationally acclaimed musician, regarded as a master of fusing musical cultures. In his native Greece, Spiros has been a featured player with the Greek National Radio Television Orchestra (ERT) and the Orchestra of Colors, as well as working with such legends as Yannis Markopoulos, Marios Fraggoulis, and Kostas Hatzis.
Igor Zevelev, Professor at George Marshall European Center for Security Studies, will discuss the topic, “Russian National Identity and Foreign Policy.”