Focus on Spain and Poland
As part of the special events put on for Cinedays 2003, the Arnhem Film Musuem has featured around 10 recent European productions. Following on from Dans, Grozny dans by Jos de Putter (Holland, 2003), The Son [+see also:
film profile] by Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne (Belgium, 2002), Trainspotting by Danny Boyle (Britain, 1996) and In This World by Michael Winterbottom (Britain, 2003), the Museum is planning a focus on Spanish cinema, until October 26.
The public will be able to discover films like Salomé by Carlos Saura (2002), The Dancer Upstairs by John Malkovich (2002), Sound of the Sea by Bigas Luna (2001), Mondays in the Sun [+see also:
film profile] by Fernando Leon de Aranoa (2002), Smoking Room by Roger Gual & Julio D.Wallovits (2002), Segunda Piel by Gerardo Vera (2000) and Luna’s Game by Mónica Laguna (2001).
At the same time, La Haye Film Musuem is organising a wide-ranging review of Polish art called "Art on the Street", which will involve film screenings, meetings and exhibitions of film posters. The event will be opened by The Cathedral by Tomek Baginsky and will also feature films like Eden by Andrzej Czeczot, Back and Forth by Wojciech Wojciek, Edi by Piotr Trzaskalski, as well as works by Wojciech Has including Farewells, The codes and How to be loved.
(Translated from French)
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