12, 20 Apr and 04, 11, 25 May 2019, 7 pm
Heritage Space, 1st Floor, Dolphin Plaza
6 Nguyen Hoang / 28 Tran Binh, My Dinh 2, Hanoi
From Heritage Space:
Landscape refers not only to the natural landscape or our natural surroundings, but also to a social-cultural system that people consensus creates in the flow of history.
Film, as a medium, is in itself a projection. Through cinematics, films combine the factual with the fictional, not only presenting and reconstructing a regional landscape but also raising crucial questions about shaping and reshaping space, land, or territory.
The “Landscape” series include selected films according to historical progress, from the first long-documentary films of cinema history (Nanook from the North, 1922) to the films of the contemporary filmmakers in the area (24 City, Manufactured Landscapes, The story of ones, The Sound We See: A Hanoi City Symphony). Put them in comparison, the “Landscape” series propose a renewed understanding of the landscape in the past to the present through vignettes of collective memory and personal experiences.
Landscape – Shadow of History
7 PM, Fri, 12.04.2019
– Moscow Clad in Snow, 1908, Joseph-Louis Mundwiller, 7 min
– Happiness, 1935, Aleksandr Medvedkin, 62 min
7 PM, Sat, 20.04.2019
– The Lily in Belgium, 1915, Wladyslaw Starewicz, 13 min
– Nanook of the North, 1922, Robert Joseph Flaherty, 74 min
7 PM, Sat, 04.05.2019
– 24 City, 2008, Jia Zhangke, 112 min
7 PM, Sat, 11.05.2019
– Manufactured Landscapes, 2006, Jennifer Baichwal, 90′
Symphony of Hanoi
7 PM, Sat, 25.05.2019
– Hanoi in Someone’s Eyes, 1982, Trần Văn Thủy, 45′
– The Sound We See: A Hanoi City Symphony, 2013, Hanoi Doclab, 28′
– The story of ones, Phạm Ngọc Lân, 9’18
“FILM storyteller” is a screening program that concentrates on the diversity of accesses and ways of reading film from the vision of a storyteller – writer like a filmmaker. Through 3 activities: screening – discussion – review, like a suggestion, we also concern about the film as a material to flourish blossom of awareness and expression of and with participants. We would like to encourage and call for every discovery – submission – encounter – experience from the host – the watcher – the filmmaker to create chit – chat, talks, and more. Each participant will be given a chance to experience and challenge himself or herself in various roles to lengthen endless narratives.
Donations are encouraged to help cover the operational costs. The event is free of charge for members of Heritage Space Library (please bring your student cards or membership cards)
Free one drink and popcorn will be served.
*Poster designer: dtquang; Photo credit: linh san
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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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1st Floor, Dolphin Plaza
6 Nguyen Hoang (for car) | 28 Tran Binh (for bike), My Dinh 2, Hanoi
Tel: 024 6254 3319 – Hotline: 090 282 6769
Email: [email protected]
Opening: 10 am – 5 pm, Tuesday to Sunday