Cycle

From 15.02. To 22.02.2018.

Portreti: Celuloidna putovanja Wima Wendersa Photo: Queryzo (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Portreti: Celuloidna putovanja Wima Wendersa

U suradnji s Goethe-Institutom u Hrvatskoj, od četvrtka 15. veljače kino Tuškanac kreće na Celuloidna putovanja Wima Wendersa. Do idućeg četvrtka, 22. veljače, prikazat ćemo filmove Nebo nad Berlinom, Lisabonska priča, U toku vremena, Pariz, Texas, Alice u gradovima, Američki prijatelj i Stanje stvari.

Ulaznica je 10 kn, za članove Filmskih programa besplatna.

Films in cycle

Wings of Desire

(Der Himmel über Berlin, 1987)

Directed by: Wim Wenders
PHOTOGRAPHY: Henri Alekan
Synopsis:

Berlin is filled with angels who are listening the thoughts of mortals, trying to console them. One of them, Daniel, wishes to become mortal as well, after falling in love with beautiful trapese artist called Marion. Cult film by Wim Wenders, awarded at many film festivals. At film festival in Cannes in 1987. Wenders received award for best director for this film.

b/w and color, digital, 128 min
PROJECTION:
Thursday 15.02.2018 AT 18:30

Lisbon Story

(1994)

Directed by: Wim Wenders
PHOTOGRAPHY: Lisa Rinzler
Synopsis:

The film begins with an ordinary postcard and a strange text written on it. The sender is the director Friedrich Monroe and the receiver is his friend Phillip Winter, the sound recorder. Friedrich is making a film about Lisbon by walking around the town with a camera in his hand filming people, the atmosphere, events, and the reality… But he has troubles with recording the sound, so he decides to ask his friend to help him. But when Winter arrives to Lisbon, Friedrich is no longer there. He...

color, 35 mm, 100 min
PROJECTION:
Friday 16.02.2018 AT 19:00
Thursday 15.02.2018 AT 21:00

Kings of the Road

(Im Lauf der Zeit, 1975)

Directed by: Wim Wenders
PHOTOGRAPHY: Robby Müller
Synopsis:

Bruno is a repairman who fixes film projectors and spends most of his time traveling from one old film theatre to the other. On the way, he meets a depressive hitchhiker, Robert, who has just divorced and they decide to travel together. In Bruno’s truck they travel the roads along the border of East and West Germany. The film won the FIPRESCI award in Cannes in 1976.

b/w, DCP, 175 min
PROJECTION:
Saturday 17.02.2018 AT 17:00

Paris, Texas

(1984)

Directed by: Wim Wenders
PHOTOGRAPHY: Robby Müller
Synopsis:

This is an unusual road film about Travis, a man lost in his own private hell. Having been considered dead for four years, he appears in the desert at the Mexican border, tired of life and suffering from amnesia. His brother Walt picks him up and takes him to his house where Travis’ seven year old son Hunter lives. Travis and Hunter, at first complete strangers, become friends and together plan how to find Travis’ ex-wife Jane, Hunter’s mother, and bring her home. The film won...

color, 146 min
PROJECTION:
Monday 19.02.2018 AT 18:30
Saturday 17.02.2018 AT 20:30

Alice in the Cities

(Alice in den Städten, 1974)

Directed by: Wim Wenders
PHOTOGRAPHY: Robby Müller
Synopsis:

Phil is a German photographer wandering across the American East coast searching for a story. In some hotel he meets a girl named Alice and her mother. When the mother disappears, the road movie begins, in which Wenders outlines the relationship between a grown-up man and a child.

black and white, DCP, 110 min
PROJECTION:
Tuesday 20.02.2018 AT 19:00
Monday 19.02.2018 AT 21:15

The American Friend

(Der amerikanische Freund, 1977)

Directed by: Wim Wenders
PHOTOGRAPHY: Robby Müller
Synopsis:

Jonathan Zimmermann, famous maker of picture frames from Hamburg, discovers that he suffers from leuchemia and that he does not have much time left. American art salesman Ripley takes an advantage of that fact to lure him into the world of crime. He hires him to assassinate a member of a mob. Zimmermann accepts the job, wanting to financially provide for his family. Interesting curiosity of film are cameo appearances of famous directors Samuel Fuller and Nicholas Ray. The American Friend -...

color, DCP, 127 min
PROJECTION:
Thursday 22.02.2018 AT 21:00
Wednesday 21.02.2018 AT 18:30

The State of Things

(Der Stand der Dinge, 1982)

Directed by: Wim Wenders
PHOTOGRAPHY: Henri Alekan, Fred Murphy, Martin Schäfer
Synopsis:

This film is, in a way, Wenders’s autobiography. It is a story of a producer who lacks financial resources. He and his somewhat miserable film crew are stuck in the middle of Portugal. The director is even left without the filming tape. The only thing they can do is threaten the potential investors – especially Americans, the real film fans… Showing the troubles of an imaginary film crew, Wenders in fact raises his voice in the name of all homeless and those without rights (th...

color, 121 min
PROJECTION:
Thursday 22.02.2018 AT 18:30
Wednesday 21.02.2018 AT 21:00
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