April 2019, arsenal cinema

filmPOLSKA – Camera Art – Guest: Julian Kernbach

VIA CARPATIA, 2018

We are presenting two films by Polish cinematographer Julian Kernbach, who will attend the screenings. UŁASKAWIENIE (Jan Jakub Kolski, Poland 2018, 29.4.) The post-war era in Poland. Hanna and Jakub are mourning their son Wacław, who fought against the German occupying forces until 1945 and afterwards against the Communist government in Poland. A visually commanding, cinematic lament, narrated in the style of a road movie in the period just after the war, in which reference is repeatedly made to classical motifs. VIA CARPATIA (Klara Kochańska, Kasper Bajon, Poland/Czech Republic/Macedonia 2018, 30.4.) shows us the refugee crisis as a marital crisis between Piotr and Julia. One day, they find out that Piotr’s Syrian father is in refugee camp in Greece and that they are supposed to pick him up there. Laconically and as if by accident, the camera collects impressions of modern life, casual and unspectacular. A program by the Polnisches Institut Berlin.

 

 

arsenal cinema: Life at Any Price –
 Bo Widerberg Retrospective

06:30 pm Cinema 1


Ådalen 31

Ådalen 31 Sweden 1969
35 mm OV/EnS 120 min

[Translate to english:] Video introduction by Olivier Assayas
arsenal cinema: Magical History Tour: Clothes in Motion – Costumes, Styles and Fashion in Film

07:30 pm Cinema 2


Für die Liebe noch zu mager?

*Für die Liebe noch zu mager?
Bernhard Stephan GDR 1974
With Simone von Zglinicki
35 mm 83 min

arsenal cinema: Life at Any Price –
 Bo Widerberg Retrospective

09:00 pm Cinema 1


Joe Hill (US-Fassung)

Joe Hill (US version) S/USA 1971
35 mm English OV 114 min