Ajzenstajn u Gvanahuatu


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Četvrtak, 10. decembar 2015. 21:00 Velika sala Doma omladine Beograda
Cena ulaznice: 400,00 RSD

SVEČANO OTVARANJE: Merlinka kabare
Program vodi Queerella de Bill
Nastupaju: Sajsi MC i gudački kvartet White Witches

Eisenstein in Guanajuato (2015)
Režija: Peter Greenaway
Uloge: Elmer Bäck, Luis Alberti, Maya Zapata
Holandija, Meksiko, Finska, Belgija, Francuska, 2015
Igrani film
Jezik: Engleski, španski
Titl: Srpski
Trajanje: 105 min.
Nominovan za Zlatnog medveda u Berlinu

Poštovani režiser Ajzenstajn može se talentom, pronicljivošću i mudrošću porediti sa veličinama poput Šekspira ili Betovena: malo je onih, ako uopšte i postoje, režisera koji se mogu uzdići tako visoko. Nakon njegovog revolucionarnog filma Oklopnjača Potempkin, slavili su ga širom sveta i bio je pozvan u SAD. Odbačen od Holivuda i zlonamerno osporavan od strane konzervativnih Amerikanaca, Ajzenštajn putuje u Meksiko 1931. da razmotri film privatno finansiran od strane američkih pro-komunističkih simpatizera, na čelu sa američkim piscem Aptonom Sinklerom. Čini se da je Ajzenštajnovo senzualno meksičko iskustvo od ključnog značaja za njegov život i filmsku karijeru – ovo iskustvo predstavlja značajnu sponu između ranih uspeha filmova Štrajk, Oklopnjača Potempkin, Oktobar koji su ga učinili svetski poznatom figurom, i njegove neodlučne kasnije karijere sa Aleksandrom Nevskim, i Ivanom Groznim.

Prikazivanje ovog filma podržano je od strane Holandske ambasade u Beogradu

 

Thursday, 10 December 2015 21:00 Main Hall Belgrade Youth House
Entrance fee: 400,00 RSD

Eisenstein in Guanajuato (2015)
Netherlands, Mexico, Finland, Belgium, France (English, Spanish)
Director: Peter Greenaway
Stars: Elmer Bäck, Luis Alberti, Maya Zapata
Duration: 105’
Golden Berlin Bear Nominee

The venerated filmmaker Eisenstein is comparable in talent, insight and wisdom, with the likes of Shakespeare or Beethoven; there are few – if any – directors who can be elevated to such heights. On the back of his revolutionary film Battleship Potemkin, he was celebrated around the world, and invited to the US. Ultimately rejected by Hollywood and maliciously maligned by conservative Americans, Eisenstein traveled to Mexico in 1931 to consider a film privately funded by American pro-Communist sympathizers, headed by the American writer Upton Sinclair. Eisenstein’s sensual Mexican experience appears to have been pivotal in his life and film career – a significant hinge between the early successes of Strike, Battleship Potemkin, and October, which made him a world-renowned figure, and his hesitant later career with Alexander Nevsky, Ivan the Terrible and The Boyar’s Plot.

This screening supported by the Dutch Embassy in Belgrade

Eisenstein in Guanajuato from Merlinka festival on Vimeo.