The thirty-fifth edition of the International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) presents over 170 films from twenty-five countries that explore art in all its forms, styles, and eras. As a FIFA presentation partner, the CCA is hosting a series of film screenings related to architecture and design. Full descriptions are available on the FIFA website.
Exceptionally, the galleries will remain open until 9pm.
Jean-Pierre Morin : le sculpteur de lumière (Canada, Suzanne Guy, 2016, 29 mins., French)
Broken (Canada, Lynne Spencer, 2016, 68 mins., English)
John Berger and the Art of Looking (Germany, Cordelia Dvorák, 2016, 55 mins., German, English, and French)
Femmes Artistes : Katharina Grosse (Germany, Claudia Müller, 2016, 26 mins., German and French)
Jérôme Bosch : le diable aux ailes d’ange (France, Ève Ramboz, 2016, 53 mins., French)
Alain Planès l’infini turbulent (France, Dominique “Solrey” Lemonnier, 2016, 55 mins., French)
Le triomphe des images il y a mille ans (France, Jérôme Prieur, 2016, 52 mins., French)
Le film de Bazin (Canada, Pierre Hébert, 2017, 70 mins., French)
Having a Cigarette with Álvaro Siza (Germany, Ian Dilthey, 2016, 52 mins., Portuguese)
Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land (Czech Republic, Gilad Baram, 2015, 72 mins., English and Hebrew)