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Garage will screen films dedicated to the female gaze in cinema

Date: June 17, 2024 Time: 19:54:24

The Garage Museum has announced a large cinema program of seven films. It was called “Titanium Daisies” and is dedicated to the phenomenon of the female gaze in cinema. The sessions will be held in the auditorium of the museum from September 2 to 24.

A series of screenings will be opened by the drama One Little Night Secret by Natalia Meshchaninova. The picture did not receive a rental certificate, so seeing it on the big screen is a rare opportunity. Other films on the program include Sainte-Anne by Reine Vermette, Good Job by Claire Denis, About Body and Soul by Ildiko Enyedi, Mourning Forest by Naomi Kawase, Forty Days of Silence by Saodat Ismailova and We by Alice Diop. More information about the schedule can be found here.

The show is named after two iconic European films, decades apart, that vividly demonstrate the revolutionary potential of the female gaze. It is an experimental film by Hungarian director Vera Khitilova “Daisies” about two girls who discard the conventions and rules of society, and Jules Ducourneau’s “Titan”, a radical body horror that received the “Golden Branch” from the 74th edition of Cannes. Festival. Both significantly influenced world cinema and opened new horizons for the fight for the manifestation of women in art.

As a reminder, the Garage previously launched a series of online courses. They are dedicated to various problems of contemporary art and humanitarian knowledge.

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Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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