Cinema

KINOSLANG presents HAND TO MOUTH

SATURDAY, JANUARY 26 AT 8 PM

Doors 7:30; $5 admission.

 

KINO SLANG PRESENTS 

“Hand to Mouth”

Short films on hunger, work, exploitation, commodities, unemployment, consumer control, employment, production, theft, life, death, and love. Including the only film by Jean-Luc Godard that was banned by its patron, the electronics retail chain store Darty (the Circuit City or Best Buy of France), The Darty Report (1989).

The Song of the Shirt (1909, D.W. Griffith. 7 minutes)

Monsieur and Madame Curie (1956, Georges Franju. 16 minutes)

Always More (1993, Luc Moullet. 14 minutes)

Always Less (2010, Luc Moullet. 24 mintues)

The Darty Report (1989, Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville. 50 minutes)

Program running time: 2 hours.

“Kino Slang” is a regular series of cinema screenings programmed by Andy Rector at the EPFC. It continues the cinematographic and historical excavations, proceedings by montage and association, silent alarms and naked dawns of the twelve-year-old blog, Kino Slang.

 

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