10th to 14th Juilly at the auditorium,
ARTE, the cultural public channel celebrates its 30th birthday in 2022 !
Its vocation is to bring the european closer thanks to culture and innovating programs which forces us to reflect in those darken times. Understanding the huge struggles our world is faced with today, demands an analysis, decrypting and replaced in context.
In this spirit ARTE accompanies the Festival D’avignon’s programmation with a series of screenings at the Collection Lambert dedicated to committed artists.
This event will be presented by MArie Labory ( ARTE Journal) followed up by a meeting with the artists or filmmakers.
Sunday 10th July
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. : Kirill Serebrennikov – L’art et le pouvoir en Russie
Portrait of the brilliant filmmaker and director invited at the festival d’Avignon with his last creation Le Moine noir. Peppered with testimonies, extracts of plays and films or even archives, the movie draws an ambigus image of the russian cultural life marked by conservatism and censorship, but capable to provoke vibrant alternative projects . . . to a certain point. Fascinating.
Documentary of Katja Fedula ( Germany, 2018, 52mm)
Screening followed by a meet up with Kirill Serebrennikov (pending).
Monday 11th July
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. : Talking about Trees
In Soudan where the liberty of creation is corseted, four friends dream about movies they will never shoot and try to restaure a screening room. An ode to the seventh art and a thrilling documentary, elected public’s choice and best documentary at Berlinale 2019.
Documentary by Suhaib Gasmelbari Mustafa (France/Soudan/Germany/Tchad/Qatar, 2019, 1h33mn) Projection followed by a meeting with Marie Balducchi, producer of the film.
Tuesday 12th July
12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m : Focus Iran
Close to five young artists, including four women, encounter with creative and bold Iranian photography, which offers to the world an image of a country as complex as it is unexpected.
Documentary by Nathalie Masduraud and Valérie Urrea (France, 2017, 52mn).
Screening followed by a meet up with Natalie Masduraud and Valérie Urrea, filmmakers.
Mercredi 13 juillet
12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m : Dance or Die
The extraordinary journey of Syrian dancer Ahmad Joudeh, who made his art a bulwark against Daesh. A poignant documentary, awarded an Emmy Award in 2019.
Documentary by Roozbeh Kaboly (Pays-Bas, 2018, 55mn)
Screening Followed by a meeting with Ahmad Joudeh (pending)
Thursday 14th July
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. : Kubra Khademi – Screening, meeting and guided visit
An Afghan artist in exile, Kubra Khademi draws on her experience to create a resolutely political work. Invited to the Festival d’Avignon, for which she produced the poster, she is also exhibited at the Collection Lambert. ARTE invites you to meet this powerful and free artist.
Go check ARTE for the retransmission of Le Moine noir from the Cour d’honneur of the Palais des Papes on Saturday 9 July.