Combined digital & physical screening on December 9th, 7PM (CEST)
Paletten Art Journal’s editors, Fredrik Svensk & Sinziana Ravini concludes this season of FILMFORM RE:VIEW with a film programme, loosely situated in between desire and imagination. The programme connects to Paletten’s new issue 325 that will be available to purchase during the evening at the physical screening at Filmform. FILMFORM RE:VIEW is a format where external professionals and organizations from spheres of culture or research are invited to botanize in Filmform’s collection. Starting off from their specific areas of interest and questions a film programme is curated and thereafter presented as an open screening at Filmform.
This programme is shown as a physical screening at Filmform on Svarvargatan 2 (Stockholm, Sweden) and simultaneously live streamed on this page at the starting time 7PM (CEST) on December 9th:
PHYSICAL SCREENING: The ticket price is 50 SEK. You book a ticket by RSVPing to email@example.com after which you will receive information about the different payment options and confirmation. First come, first served. We urge those who experience even the slightest symptoms to stay at home and enjoy the live streamed version of the screening.
Ateljéinteriör/The Studio of Dr. Faust
Jan Lindqvist & Stefan Jarl
Noventa y Tres
Juan-Pedro Fabra Guemberena
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Fantasy, Desire, and Conflict –
Why Did Harald Kill Himself?
The gap between fantasy and desire is what most often gets people into trouble. But what about the gap between inner conflicts and the conflicts that arise between people in society? This question has guided our selection of films from the Filmform archive. The subtitle of the program, “Why Did Harald Kill Himself”, is taken from the film Förvandla Sverige by Jan Lindqvist & Stefan Jarl from 1974. In addition to this film, we are showing works by Maja Borg, Juan-Pedro Fabra, Roxy Farhat, Salad Hilowle, and Peter Weiss.
– Sinziana Ravini & Fredrik Svensk
Sinziana Ravini and Fredrik Svensk are editors-in-chief of Paletten Art Journal. Paletten is a cultural journal for contemporary art, founded in 1940. Its ambition is to critically examine the conditions and functions of art in our time.
The screening is arranged with support from Stockholms Stad. Filmform is supported by the Ministry of Culture through the Arts Grants Committee and the Swedish Arts Council