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Film Screenings at NGMA Bengaluru.

November 15, 2016

Film Screenings at NGMA Bengaluru.
organized by
National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru in collaboration with Bangalore Film Society

The following films will be screened.

film-screenings-andrei-rublev-the-color-of-pomegranates-man-with-a-movie-camera-at-ngma-bengaluru1. Andrei Rublev
by Andrei Tarkovsky
With Andrei Rublev, Tarkovsky sought to illustrate the complex relationship between an artist and his time. Highlighting the humanistic character of Rublev’s work, he imagines the artist as a Christlike figure, a receptacle for the hope and pain of others, yet whose own faith is constantly being tested.

Year: 1966
Duration 3hrs 25minutes
Screening on Wednesday, 16th November 2016 at 4:00 PM
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2. The Color of Pomegranates
by Sergei Parajanov
Sergei Parajanov, a Soviet citizen, was born in Georgia to Armenian parents, and lived for many years in Ukraine. The Color of Pomegranates, his second official film is a cinematic portrait of Sayat Nova, the important Armenian poet and musician from the 18th century. However, as an intertitle explains at the beginning, the film is not meant to capture the biographical details of his life so much as his “inner world”, using the images and metaphors of the Ashough (“medieval Armenian poet troubadours”)

Year: 1969
Duration 1 Hr 28 minutes
Screening on Thursday, 17th November 2016 at 5:00 PM
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3. Man with a Movie Camera
by Dziga Vertov
The film has an unabashedly avant-garde style, and emphasizes that film can go anywhere. For instance, the film uses such scenes as superimposing a shot of a cameraman setting up his camera atop a second, mountainous camera, superimposing a cameraman inside a beer glass, filming a woman getting out of bed and getting dressed, even filming a woman giving birth, and the baby being taken away to be bathed.

Year: 1929
Duration 1hr 20 Minutes
Screening on Friday 18th November 2016 at 5:00 PM
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Venue:
National Gallery of Modern Art,
NGMA
Manikyavelu Mansion
49, Palace Road,
Bangalore 560 052.

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