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January 17, 2021 / Event
Hommage Chantal Akerman
LaCinetek is offering a retrospective of 10 films, including 8 in restored version by CINEMATEK.
As part of the tribute paid to Chantal Akerman by the Festival Premiers Plans d’Angers, LaCinetek is offering a 10-film retrospective, including 8 key works from her career in versions restored by CINEMATEK, the Royal Belgian Film Archive, from 25.01.2021 to 15 March.
15/01/2021 > 13/03/2021
December 1, 2020 / News
When Sud tells the story of the 1998 murder of James Byrd, a black man lynched by three young whites in Jaspers, Texas, looking at the racial violence that eats away at the daily life of the United States, De l’autre côté charts the fate of Mexicans who decide to cross the border into America and are continually hunted down by U.S. immigration authorities as they try to escape the misery of their country.
October 16, 2020 / Event
The fifth anniversary of the Film Heritage Festival Film Restored is marked by its international scope, welcoming films and guests from all over Europe. Over six days the festival will present 21 films from 15 countries on the big screen, produced and restored thanks to European cooperation. The programme will feature new restorations, made possible by the lively exchange and cooperation between various European archives.
29/10/2020 - 20:00
The Film Heritage Festival, Berlin
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September 3, 2019
News from Home:
The Films of Chantal Akerman
TIFF Cinematheque, Toronto
July 2, 2019
Projection à La Rochelle International Film Festival
06/07/2019 - 20:15
La Rochelle International Film Festival
June 25, 2019
News / Event
City college ny department of media arts presents first chantal akerman student prize sponsored by the ostrovsky family fund
Cityvisions, the graduation film festival for the MFA Program in Film at The City College of New York
June 25, 2019
Readings from Chantal Akerman’s My Mother Laughs
Light Industry, 155 Freeman Street, Brooklyn