Portrait of a lady on fire
Subota, 7. decembar 21:00 Velika sala Doma omladine Beograda
Cena karte: 300 din.
Režija: Céline Sciamma
Uloge: Noémie Merlant, Adèle Haenel, Luàna Bajrami
Najbolji scenario Kanski filmski festival, Queer palma Kanski filmski festival
Francuska, godina 1770. Marianne, slikarka treba da naslika portret za venčanje Héloïse, mlade žene koja tek što je napustila manastir. Héloïse je nesigurna buduća mlada i Marianne treba da je naslika bez njenog znanja. Ona je posmatra svakog dana, kako bi je krišom naslikala.
Portrait de la jeune fille en feu
Saturday, 7 December 9PM Main Hall Belgrade Youth Center
Ticket price: 300 RSD
Director: Céline Sciamma
Cast: Noémie Merlant, Adèle Haenel, Luàna Bajrami
Best Screenplay Cannes Film Festival, Queer Palm Cannes Film Festival
France, 1770. Marianne, a painter, is commissioned to do the wedding portrait of Héloïse, a young woman who has just left the convent. Héloïse is a reluctant bride to be and Marianne must paint her without her knowing. She observes her by day, to paint her secretly.
Céline Sciamma, a greedy film-lover, studied scriptwriting with an eagerness to meet people and talk about her generation. During her studies she built long-lasting friendships with Rebecca Zlotowski and Marie Amachoukeli (director of Party Girl). She shot her first feature film (Water Lilies) without any prior experience of making a first short film. After this film everything went very fast. Céline Sciamma is probably one of the best French film directors to have appeared in recent years. Although she looks like a girl just out of high school she is very mature and organized. For her fist three films she dived into youth (Water Lilies, Tomboy, Girlhood), always with a great deal of freshness and lightness. In her first film, Water Lilies, she examined the moment when desire materializes in a young girl’s mind. Tomboy, her second film is a splendid chronicle, free of any counterfeiting, of a young girl who pretends she is a boy. Her last film, Girlhood, which was presented at the opening of the Quinzaine des réalisateurs in Cannes, follows the path that brings together a group of “bad girls”.