FIFA: Une vie contre l’oubli and more

Event, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 1 April

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 7pm.

Art in the Twenty-First Century: Chicago (United States, Stanley Nelson, 2016, 56 mins., English)
Art in the Twenty-First Century: Los Angeles (United States, Deborah Dickson, 2016, 56 mins., English)

Les aventuriers de l’art moderne, épisode 5 : libertad! (1930-1939) (France, Pauline Gaillard, Amélie Harrault, Valérie Loiseleux, 2015, 52 mins., French)
Les aventuriers de l’art moderne, épisode 6 : minuit à Paris (1939-1945) (France, Pauline Gaillard, Amélie Harrault, Valérie Loiseleux, 2015, 52 mins., French)

Les pèlerins de Bouge (Belgium, Gaëtan Leboutte, 2016, 52 mins., French)
Une vie contre l’oubli (Belgium, Kita Bauchet, 2016, 66 mins., French)

Viola (United Kingdom, Gerald Fox, 2016, 101 mins., English)


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