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Screenings 2009 (Kran Film Collective)

Kran Film Collective

DECEMBER 2009

Faith, hope and Greenland by Ivalo Frank @ Katuaq Cinema, Nuuk; 12/12 and 13/12. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min.

Rulers and Subjects by Pet Krydz-Ikwuemesi & Ayo Adewunmi @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, December 11th, 8.30pm till midnight, Street Screening. A film about the inversion of leadership and statecraft in Africa.

NOVEMBER 2009

The War Game by Peter Watkins @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, November 25, at 8:30pm. 1965, 47 mins, U.K., OV English, production BBC TV, Presented by Heidi Ballet.

Faith, hope and Greenland by Ivalo Frank @ Winnipeg Film Festival, Winnipeg CA; 18-22/11. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min.

Challenge Europe, Denmark 2025  by Rie Hougaard @ Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen 19 -21 November, at 10am -5pm. 2009, 18mins, DK,  OV Danish/ English, production Kran Film British Council, Presented Green Vision

First Elections by Sarah Vanagt @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, November 20, at 8:30pm. 2006, 15 minutes, Belgium, OV French/English subtitles

Silent Elections by Sarah Vanagt @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, November 20, at 8:30pm. AVANT-PREMIERE:2009, 40 minutes, Belgium, OV French/English subtitles (SILENT ELECTIONS is a single-screen version of the installation POWER CUT)

Sonate blanche by Manon Coubia @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, November 19, at 8:30pm, B-Docs nr. 10:Music – Silence. 2006, 27 minutes, OV French/English subtitles, production AJC!,

L’embellie by Philippe van Cutsem @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, November 19, at 8:30pm, B-Docs nr. 10: Music – Silence. 2009, 36 minutes, no dialogue, autoproduction

Faith, hope and Greenland by Ivalo Frank @ Nordatlanten Brygge, Copenhagen; Thursday 19/11. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min.

Faith, hope and Greenland by Ivalo Frank @ Nordic Film Days Lübeck; Saturday 7/11. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min.

Faith, hope and Greenland by Ivalo Frank @ Nordic Film Days Lübeck; Friday 6/11. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min.

Faith, hope and Greenland by Ivalo Frank @ Metropolis Cinema, Hamburg; Friday 6/11. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min.

OCTOBER 2009

Chronicles 1: Wojtec Kotowicz by Frédérick Depickere & Pablo Castilla @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, October 22, at 8:30pm, B-Docs nr. 9: Immigration. 2006, 10 minutes, OV English subtitles, production Sint-Lukas Hogeschool Wojtek Kotowicz arrives in Brussels in 2004. He works hard. After a while, he states that his new life isn’t really better than the one he had before.

Pour vivre, j’ai laissé by Collective under the direction of Bénédicte Liénard @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, October 22, at 8:30pm, B-Docs nr. 9: Immigration. 2005, 30 minutes, OV French, production GSARA. In September 2004, a group of filmmakers meets a group of asylum applicants. They take a camera and film their lives in the refugee centre.

Carnet de notes à deux voix by Rajae Essefiani and Frédéric Fichefet @ Kran>> Filmspace, Brussels, October 22, at 8:30pm, B-Docs nr. 9: Immigration. 2001, 34 minutes, OV French/English subtitles, production Kunstenfestivaldesarts. A story about a minister and a girl who was born in the land of buffles. One day in 1999, the minister says: “Isn’t there a link between criminality and ethnic origin…?” The girl, hearing this, goes mad.

The People from the North who Eat Meat by Ivalo Frank @ Non Art, Amersfoort (NL); Friday – Sunday 16/10-18/10 . 2003, 4 minutes, production Mittelburg Studio Berlin. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min. The film portrays a man and a woman fist fighting in a forest at night, thereby ironising the terminology, which westerners formerly used when talking about the Inuits.

SEPTEMBER 2009

Pine Nuts by Lasse Lau@Site Scripts: (Sub)Urban Memory and its Loss curated by Nat Muller, Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam; 30/9.

Pine Nuts by Lasse Lau@Westfälischer Kunstverein in Münster; 11/9- 15/11. Shown at the exhibition Liquid Times (Flüchtige Zeiten)

The People from the North who Eat Meat by Ivalo Frank @ Cirque audiovisuel, Köln; Saturday 5/9 . 2003, 4 minutes, production Mittelburg Studio Berlin. A film about art, culture, dreams and identity, set in today’s post-colonial Greenland.  Documentary, 30 min. The film portrays a man and a woman fist fighting in a forest at night, thereby ironising the terminology, which westerners formerly used when talking about the Inuits.

AUGUST 2009

Pine Nuts by Lasse Lau@ Smart Project Space: 25/9. Screening for students Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam

Pine Nuts by Lasse Lau@Beirut Arts Center; 19/9. In the program Still Lives of Walking Cities curated by Beth Stryker

Horror is Universal (The End) by Raed Yassin@Beirut Arts Center; 5&6/9. A Video and Music performance.