Sat 29 Sep 2018, 7 – 10 pm
1st floor, Dolphin Plaza
28 Tran Binh | 06 Nguyen Hoang, My Dinh 2, Nam Tu Liem, Ha Noi
From Heritage Space:
You are invited to the film screening FILMstoryteller 27: Month of Ingmar Bergman’s films with the film “The Wild Strawberries” at Heritage Space.
About the director:
Ingmar Bergman was the son of a Lutheran pastor and frequently remarked on the importance of his childhood background in the development of his ideas and moral preoccupations. Even when the context of his film characters’ sufferings is not overtly religious, they are always implicitly engaged in a search for moral standards of judgment, a rigorous examination of action and motive, in terms of good and bad, right and wrong, which seems particularly appropriate to someone brought up in a strictly religious home. Another important influence in his childhood was the religious art Bergman encountered, particularly the primitive yet graphic representations of Bible stories and parables found in rustic Swedish churches, which fascinated him and gave him a vital interest in the visual presentation of ideas, especially the idea of evil as embodied in the Devil.
“FILM storyteller” is a screening program that concentrates on the diversity of ways of reading films from different perspectives. Through 3 activities: screening – discussion – review, like a suggestion, we use films as a material to awaken something new in participants. We encourage discovery – contribution – encounter – experience from the host/participants/filmmakers to create conversations. Each participant will be given a chance to experience and challenge themselves in various roles.
The movie is shown in Japanese with Vietnamese-English subtitles. A discussion of the film will take place at the end of the screening.
Suggested donations to cover operating cost: 30,000vnd/person.
Free for members of Heritage Space Library. (Please bring your student cards or member cards).
One free drink and popcorn will be served.
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Heritage Space is a combination of an art gallery, a library, a concert hall, co-working office, residency space, artist studios and some open-stages, which has the capacity to host art exhibitions, music events, educational programs, multi-creative forms, artist-in-residency programs and others. Run by a group of curators, artists, researchers, musicians and architects, Heritage Space’s mission is to become a HUB for individuals and groups working on multi-disciplines from both inside and outside of the country to support and develop the creative industries in Vietnam.
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