Le Guess Who? ON/OFF
Op 14 & 15 november 2020 presenteert Le Guess Who? een hybride evenement genaamd ON/OFF. Een online televisiekanaal én een liveprogramma in Utrecht, geheel in het teken van Nederlandse acts. Op 18 verschillende locaties, waaronder Springhaver & Louis Hartlooper Complex, vinden concerten, filmvertoningen, luistersessies en andere performances plaats. Bekijk hieronder welke films in LHC en Springhaver op het programma staan. Tickets zijn verkrijgbaar vanaf 30 oktober 10:00 en kosten € 6 incl. servicekosten.
Zaterdag 14 november
12:45 | Other Music 83′ | Introductie Cedric Muyres (Chasing Reels)
15:00 | Mogul Mowgli 90′ | Introductie Cedric Muyres (Chasing Reels)
13:15 | Other Music 83′ | Introductie Cedric Muyres (Chasing Reels)
15:30 | Lingua Franca 89′
Louis Hartlooper Complex 3
12:15 | Stop Filming Us 95′ | Q&A regisseur Joris Postema
15:15 | Sonita 90′ | Inleiding Rosan Breman (Movies That Matter)
LGW OFF: Other Music
This documentary by Puloma Basu and Rob Hatch-Miller revolves around Other Music, a New York record store that was vital to the city’s vibrant indie scene of the early 2000s. “Other Music celebrates what spaces like these have meant to people in the past—and how their spirit can live on in an increasingly …Lees meer
LGW OFF: Mogul Mowgli
This new film by directors Bassam Tariq (Ghosts Of Sugar Land) follows Zed, a burgeoning British-Pakistani rapper (Riz Ahmed) who got struck by a serious disease on the cusp of his first big world tour. This forces Zed back to Pakistan, where he has to mend his fragmented existence in the world, torn between the …Lees meer
LGW OFF: Lingua Franca
An undocumented Filipino immigrant, paranoid about deportation, works as a caretaker for a Russian Jewish grandmother in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. When an American man she secretly pays to marry her for a residence permit pulls out, she becomes involved with a slaughterhouse worker who doesn’t know she’s transgender.Lees meer
An increasing group of young people in Goma, a city in the North-East of the Democratic Republic of Congo, rallies against the one-sided coverage of their city; one that perpetuates images of war, violence, disease and poverty, showing stereotypes that are the result of years of Western domination. In the documentary Stop Filming Us, filmmaker ...
In the scrapbook of eighteen-year-old Sonita, she expresses her dream of becoming a famous rapper. For the time being, her only fans are the other teenage girls living in a shelter in Tehran, Iran. Sonita, who fled from Afghanistan, finds support here in dealing with her own trauma and the quest to shape her future. ...
Zondag 15 november
13:25 | The River In Me 95′
12:45 | The Day of Destruction 57′
Louis Hartlooper Complex 3
13:30 | Rafiki 85′
LGW OFF: The River In Me
The River In Me is a portrait of the Chinese musician Su Yang and northwestern China, where the Qinqiang, Piying and Huaer art movements derive from. As one of the end results of a three-year ethnographic project, this documentary shows how local villagers live a life within these unique musical and artistic expressions, and how …Lees meer
LGW OFF: The Day of Destruction
Premiering on July 24 – the original starting date of the now-cancelled Olympic Games – The Day Of Destruction holds the torch alit for Japanese cinema, and specifically its inclination to use monsters as allegories for its historical traumas. This visually-stunning, prescient picture by Toyoda Toshiaki brandishes a dazzling multi-genre soundtrack, exploring themes like mental illness, personal catharsis …Lees meer
Kena and Ziki want to experience adventure and true love, not a quiet life as obedient suburban wives. The relationship between the two young women is the warm, beating heart of this sparkling and colorful film. Director Wanuri Kahiu calls her filmmaking style 'Afrobubblegum', just like the production company she co-founded. In her own words, ...