2 or 3 Things I Know About Her
Five women directors. Five stories with women heroines at their center. Five “women’s films” then? We might agree if someone could explain what exactly that means. So then why a separate segment? Because, if you will, the only way to find out that the word “women’s” doesn’t have any special meaning as an adjective before the word cinema, is to try and examine how such an idea can be applied to specific examples. And because, as Jane Campion once said, women “represent half of the population – and gave birth to the whole world. Without them writing and being directors, the rest of us are not going to know the whole story”. So let’s try and see the whole story. No labels required.
|Friday, November 04, 2016|
|20:15||Layla M. / Mijke de Jong||FRIDA LIAPPA||ID:046|
|Saturday, November 05, 2016|
|12:30||Layla M. / Mijke de Jong||STAVROS TORNES||ID:162|
|23:00||Certain Women / Kelly Reichardt||FRIDA LIAPPA||ID:147|
|Monday, November 07, 2016|
|22:00||Mother / Kadri Kousar||PAVLOS ZANNAS||ID:327|
|Wednesday, November 09, 2016|
|19:30||Don’t Call Me Son / Anna Muylaert||PAVLOS ZANNAS||ID:526|
|Thursday, November 10, 2016|
|13:00||Certain Women / Kelly Reichardt||TONIA MARKETAKI||ID:633|
|19:45||By the Time It Gets Dark / Anocha Suwichakornpong||PAVLOS ZANNAS||ID:626|
The tribute is financed by the Operational Program "Human Resources Development - Education and Lifelong learning 2014-2020" and co-funded by the European Union (European Social Fund) and national funds.