FIFA: Having a Cigarette with Álvaro Siza and more

Event, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 25 March, 10:15am

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.

10:15am
Jean-Pierre Morin : le sculpteur de lumière (Canada, Suzanne Guy, 2016, 29 mins., French)
Broken (Canada, Lynne Spencer, 2016, 68 mins., English)

1:15pm
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)

3:45pm
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)

6:15pm
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)

8:45pm
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)

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