Double Bill

El Gran Movimiento will be screened together with Raśmi

Total Runtime: 94 Min

El Gran Movimiento

Kiro RUSSO Bolivia, France, Qatar, Switzerland 85 Min PG13 (Some Coarse Language and Drug References) Asian Premiere

City symphony meets social realism in this sprawling story of miners who march to the Bolivian capital demanding for work.

Jobless and with a persistent cough from the dust in his lungs, Elder marches for seven days from Huanuni’s mines to the dizzying metropolis of La Paz for a protest and a job. As he and his comrades move through markets and luxury housing, discos and the forests—can Elder be healed? And will this titular great movement bring him anywhere?

Timing & Venue

Price

1 December 2021,
Wednesday, 6.45pm
Filmgarde Bugis+ 3

$15.00

Closed

All guests must present proof of vaccination (either via TraceTogether or HealthHub app) before entering the halls.

English Title

El Gran Movimiento

Original Title

El Gran Movimiento

Director

Kiro RUSSO

Year

2021

Runtime

85 Min

Rating

PG13 (Some Coarse Language and Drug References)

Language(s)

Spanish

Subtitles

English

Q&A with filmmaker(s)

Credits

Raśmi

Sarker PROTICK Bangladesh 9 Min Southeast Asian Premiere

The visualisation of conflicting states of being.

Raśmi (‘ray of light’ in Bengali) is a video projection made up of photographs taken on a mobile phone over the course of three years. Placed side by side in a triptych, the images snap in and out to the beat of an atmospheric soundscape, and are readily replaced by stills of Earth’s other ephemeral occurrences. As each set of images becomes increasingly abstract, they transcend their everydayness, inching towards an exploration of the expansive scope of the cosmic.

English Title

Raśmi

Original Title

রশ্মি

Director

Sarker PROTICK

Year

2020

Runtime

9 Min

Language(s)

No Dialogue

Credits

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