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Film Fridays at MOCAK

07.09.2018 at 11 am – 19 pm

Published at:23.07.2018

Throughout your holidays, you are invited to join us at MOCAK for Film Fridays, which consist of film screenings of the On Art Film Festival and an outdoor summer cinema.

On 7 September in the Museum's Arcade there will be a special showing of the film Kichka: Life Is a Cartoon, co-produced by MOCAK and the Center for Persecuted Arts in Solingen. Free entry.

Festival films will be presented in thematic blocks every Friday from 13 July to 7 September in the audiovisual hall. The shows are held throughout the day during the Museum opening hours (11am – 7 pm).

Summer cinema screenings accompany the exhibition Motherland in Art. More information>>

On Art, formerly Cinema and Art, is an outdoor film festival comprising ain international competition and a retrospetive of films on art. The events take place in Warsaw, Krakow, Łódź, Poznań and Wrocław. The festival comprises over 100 screenings. Free entry to all film shows and accompanying events.

The festival is organised by Fundacja Rozwoju Kinematografii, which promotes Polish and European cinema. More information>>

 

Programme:

13 July, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
STREETS OF ISRAEL

The Seven Abdulkarims, dir. Elham Rokni, 2018
Israel
22 min

State-Less, dir. Sharon Hoter Ishay, 2017
Israel
51 min

20 July, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
LANGUAGE OF ART

Two, dir. Slava Mladenova, 2017
Canada
7 min

The Storyteller: After Walter Benjamin, dir. Nathaniel Knop, 2016
Germany
61 min

27 July, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
WHAT WE FEAR

We Want Danger, dir. Brad Jorstad, 2017
Canada
3 min

Festiwal (Festival), dir. Tomasz Wolski, Anna Gawlita, 2017
Poland
85 min

3 August, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
BIG WATER

Waste no. 5 The Raft of the Medusa, dir. Jan Ijäs, 2017
Finland
18 min

Captain’s Dream – Art Biennale in Antarctica, dir. Denis Delestrac, 2018
Spain
49 min


10 August, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
WHY AM I AN ARTIST

dancedance/Re-Volution, dir. Mark Freeman, 2017
RSA
27 min

Mr. Finne’s Reality Tunnel, dir. Henrik Edelbo Sørensen, 2018
Denmark
47 min

JAAR Lament of the Images, dir. Paula Rodriguez, 2017
Chile
77 min

17 August, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
LONDON

Ray Richardson: Our Side of the Water, dir. Nina Degraeve, 2017
Belgium
18 min

F**k It’s Over, dir. Hardeep Giani, 2017
Great Britain
60 min

24 August, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
IMPROVISATION

Soma & Li, dir. Nicolas Iordanou, 2017
Cyprus
11 min

The Longings of Maya Gordon, dir. Etty Wieseltier, 2017
Israel
57 min

Blue for a Moment, dir. Antoine Prum, 2017
Germany, Luxembourg
82 min

31 August, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
LONELINESS

Amanda Coogan: Long Now, dir. Paddy Cahill, 2017
Ireland
63 min

Fury-bubble Gloria, dir. Luca Sorgato, 2018
Italy
31 min

In the Dark Wood, dir. David Bernabo, 2018
USA
82 min

Immer Reisebereit (The always ready to travel), dir. Anna Wiśniewska, 2017
Poland
53min

7 September, Friday, 11 am – 7 pm
Screening of short films:

Chant for the Power 100, dir. Bill Burns, 2017
Canada
7 min

The Artist: An Undocumented Document, dir. Paul Brennan, 2017
USA
7 min

Eating, Digesting, Eliminating, dir. Yunxuan Huang, 2018
USA
13 min

Remo Memories, dir. Claudio Marcotulli, 2018
USA
7 min

Zed’s Dream, dir. Julian Olariu, 2017
Francja
13 min

Sunny with the Chance, dir. S/N, 2018
USA
4 min

Last Inscription of Leonid Sejka, dir. Zlatko Stojilovic, 2017
Serbia, Montenegro
15 min

Prisoner’s Cinema dir. Penumbra Carter, 2017
Great Britain
2 min

Vessel, dir. Zack Kasten, 2017
USA
18 min

Enclosure, dir. Victor Fisch, 2018
Brazil
11 min

Text, dir. Alina Maksymenko, 2018
Ukraine
12 min