Conrad Festival 2011

20:00

Opera: Itamar Meets a Rabbit

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17:00

Novel Now

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18:00

The Link Between the Days

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21:00

Brothers Quay's films

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21:00

Brothers Quay's films:

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22:00

Soul Side Story

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15:00

The Illegal Norwegian

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16:00

Women Under Pressure

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18:00

The Untold Story

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18:00

The Untold Story

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21:00

Film: Branca de Neve

Film: Branca de Neve

(Snow White, 2000)
Directed by: João César Monteiro
Introduction: Reto Sorg
Experimental film based on Snow White by Walser. "Instead of looking, I prefer to listen," says one character to another in cult Swiss author Robert Walser’s drama which provides the fitting source for this ground-breaking adaptation. Beginning with photographs of Walser (who spent most of his years in a mental asylum, and is best known for the influential Surrealist work Institute Benjamenta) lying dead in the alpine snow, Snow White quickly abandons image entirely, or at least the traditional version of it, and instead uses words alone to create vision. A fade to black that lasts the entire film, interspersed with sudden shots of clouds floating across a blue sky, accompany a series of actors voicing the entire story. Snow White poses the questions "Do pictures negate the intensity of vision? Does one see more clearly, when one has only words to see?" Challenging, radical, and essential.
Free entrance card to be collected at the cinema box office on the day of the screening.

4 November, at 21:00 Pod Baranami Cinema

14:00

The Man Who Sleeps

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16:00

Translation and Politics

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16:00

Dating sessions.

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16:00

Archeology of future

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17:30

Aller gute Dinge sind drei

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