Cinema Space: Mind-bending movie month

Cinema Space: Mind-bending movie month

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Image from the movie Solaris (1972)

15 Jun – 20 Jul 2018, every Friday night
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From TPD:

During its 100 years of development, the world’s cinema has seen giant leaps that at time surpass human’s imagination. Throughout this process, numerous cinematic styles, genres and astonishing techniques were invented and introduced to the world.

Some cinema works are purely for entertainment, some are pioneering – artistically and technically innovative, some cause headaches, literally and figuratively.

These films are, more often than not, not for entertainment because of its complex details, with layers upon layers of messages and meanings that you could not understand it after one viewing, and some ideas were even ahead of their time. Time travel, magic, dreams, surrealism, existentialism… are the themes, subjects and genres that attracts filmmakers.

In the next one month, Cinema Space will screen a number of these ‘mind-bending’ films on 7.30 pm every Friday. Join us!

FILM SCHEDULE: (expected)

Fri 15 Jun, 7.30 pm – BRAZIL • UK / US • 1985
R | 142′ | Drama • Sci-Fi
Original language: English
Director: Terry Gilliam

Fri 22 Jun, 7.30 7 pm – SOLARIS • Soviet Union • 1972
166′ | Drama • Mystery • Sci-Fi
Original language: Russian
Director: Andrei Tarkovsky

Fri 29 Jun, 7.30 pm – DONNIE DARKO • US • 2001
R | 113′ | Drama • Sci-Fi • Thriller
Original language: English
Director: Richard Kelly

Fri 06 Jul, 7.30 pm – MEMENTO • US • 2000
R | 113′ | Mystery • Thriller
Original language: English
Director: Christopher Nolan

Fri 13 Jul, 7.30 pm – 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY • UK / US • 1968
149′ | Adventure • Sci-Fi
Original language: English
Director: Stanley Kubrick

Fri 20 Jul, 7.30 pm – MULHOLLAND DRIVE • US • 2001
147′ | Drama • Mystery • Thriller
Original language: English
Director: David Lynch

Language: Original languages with Vietnamese subtitles

• The film screenings is for educational purposes and to raise funds for the Young Cinema Fund at TPD
• Requested donation (at the door): from 20,000 VND/audience
• Doors open 30′ before the screening and close when the screening room is full
• Seats are assigned on the first-come-first-served basis

Follow updates on the event page

Translated by Hanoi Grapevine

The Centre for Assistance and Development of Movie Talents TPD was established with the purposes of designing and implementing programs to assist and develop movie talents and other activities for the development of Vietnamese cinema.

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The Centre for Assistance and Development of Movie Talents
51 Tran Hung Dao Str (4th floor), Hanoi
Tel: 024 3936 6559
Email: [email protected]
Website: tpdmovie.com.vn

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