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Elena Martín Spanien, 2017

29 dage til at se
New Spanish Cinema

Next in our selection of highlights from LA OLA’s showcase of new Spanish independent cinema is the first film from Elena Martín, who acted in last year’s LA OLA highlight Agata’s Friends. She stars here, too, as an entrancing embodiment of a millennial student wayward between romance and longing.

Dieste [Uruguay]

Heinz Emigholz Tyskland, 2017

28 dage til at se
Heinz Emigholz's

Et testamente over Emigholz’s fascination med geometri. Denne fjerde del af hans Streetscapes er formet som en treenighed. Filmen forbinder elegant tre øjeblikke i arkitekturhistorien og får undersøgt varighed igennem historien og den stille interaktion mellem bygninger og natur.

Streetscapes [Dialogue]

Heinz Emigholz Tyskland, 2017

27 dage til at se
Heinz Emigholz's

Den tredje I Emigholz’s Streetscapes serie, og måske den, der løser hele mysteriet! Atypisk er den struktureret om en række fiktionaliserede terapi sessioner og er et legende og oplysende eksperiment, som kaster lys over instruktørens arkitektur-fokuserede livsværk.


Marco Ferreri Frankrig, 1972

25 dage til at se

Marcello Mastroianni leashing Catherine Denueve? This could only be made by fiercely provocative auteur Marco Ferreri (Dillinger is Dead)! He continues Buñuel’s tradition with this extreme yet ambiguous gender parable of dominion, using the maestro of surrealism’s writer and star from Belle de Jour.

Casa Roshell

Camila José Donoso Mexico, 2017

24 dage til at se

If there’s a word that encapsulates Donoso’s approach to the transgender community of Casa Roshell, that is empathy. Echoing the utopic, non-judgemental atmosphere of the idiosyncratic club, her camera allows people to be who they want to be. A dreamy celebration of identity, an oasis of freedom.

Manden i det hvide tøj

Alexander Mackendrick Storbritannien, 1951

23 dage til at se
Ealing Comedies

We continue our trip into the comic world of Ealing Studios with a Kafka-esque fable of exploitation, doubling as an ode to creation. Starring Alec Guinness long before his newfound fame with Star Wars, this concise comedy is composed of nothing less than brilliance, character, and style.


Adrián Orr Spanien, 2017

22 dage til at se
New Spanish Cinema

We’re excited to partner for a second year with LA OLA to highlight its showcase of the best independent contemporary films from Spain. We begin with Adrián Orr’s award-winning debut, an impressively detailed documentary portrait of a new generation in Spain—and an example of a new cinematic voice.

Bickels [Socialism]

Heinz Emigholz Tyskland, 2016

21 dage til at se
Heinz Emigholz's

Den anden film I Heinz Emigholz’s unikke dokumentar film serie "Streetscapes"— basere på instruktørens arkitekturstudier—er en provokerende konfrontation af de formål, der var bag opførelsen af bygningerne i Israel’s fortid og deres nuværende tilstand.

De Vilde Siv

André Téchiné Frankrig, 1994

19 dage til at se
After the New Wave

One of the great films made by the generation after the French New Wave, André Téchiné’s Wild Reeds, a four-time César winner, is a teenage drama electric with currents of sexuality and politics. The 1962 setting is precise (the Franco-Algerian war), yet the tensions live on into the 90s and today.

Light Sleeper

Paul Schrader USA, 1992

18 dage til at se

With his First Reformed now in cinemas and receiving uniform praise, we present this earlier expression of spiritual and existential angst from Paul Schrader. Light Sleeper continues Taxi Driver‘s dark portrait of loneliness’ connection with crime, and the absence (or is it the presence?) of god.


Carlos Saura Spanien, 1981

17 dage til at se

Three great Spanish artists together in one delirious film: Carlos Saura adapting a choreography by Antonio Gades, himself adapting Federico García Lorca. Saura, famed for his dance films, is at his best, capturing both the moments before the show begins, and then all the movement in its beauty.

Masser af whisky

Alexander Mackendrick Storbritannien, 1949

16 dage til at se
Ealing Comedies

With an alluring scenario involving the recovery of a booty of (the titular) whiskey, Whiskey Galore! has the perfect charm found in so many of Ealing Studio’s productions. This is one of the most renowned British comedies for good reason: its hilarity and satirical edge are both truly singular.

Academy of the Muses

José Luis Guerín Spanien, 2015

15 dage til at se

This beautiful and witty film by José Luis Guerín (In the City of Sylvia) is at once a drama (fiction) and debate (documentary) about the influence and meaning of muses in art. And in life: Arguments (and the stakes) between the professor and his female students inevitably goes beyond the classroom.

Kino Eye

Dziga Vertov Sovjetunionen, 1924

14 dage til at se

Cast yourself back to 1924 and the hopeful promise of two things: The USSR and the movie camera. Uniting them is the visionary Dziga Vertov, who imagined cinema as the technological embodiment of the new, modern citizen. In his hands, the camera is an idealistic tool to unite a country and a people.

You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet

Alain Resnais Frankrig, 2012

13 dage til at se
Alain Resnais at Play

We conclude our triple feature of films by Alain Resnais with his wonderfully sly and melancholy penultimate film. As in his best movies, it showcases the power of the cinema to imagine love, memories, history, and the impossible. For more, see our Notebook.


Alain Resnais Frankrig, 1974

12 dage til at se
Alain Resnais at Play

Our Resnais celebration continues to dive further into his cinematic puzzle box, this time trading the mysterious villa that was Marienbad in for the shadowy world of 1930’s France aristocracy. Stavisky is a romantic, even elegiac, game of deception which stars the legendary Jean-Paul Belmondo.

Last Year at Marienbad

Alain Resnais Frankrig, 1961

11 dage til at se
Alain Resnais at Play

Over the next three days we honor the birthday of Left Bank auteur Alain Resnais with a decade-spanning range of visionary cinema. We begin with perhaps the most famous of puzzle films, a time-warping, space-shifting drama of fantasy and memory inspired by Hitchcock and inspiration to The Shining.

The Burning Hell

Ron Ormond USA, 1974

10 dage til at se

“Denne film er lavet af de dele, der blev reddet fra originalen af 16 mm negativer, som blev ødelagt i stormfloden i 2010. (…)Soundtrack’et blev bevaret fra den mesterlige original og lyder bedre end nogensinde.” —NWR

The Ladykillers

Alexander Mackendrick Storbritannien, 1955

9 dage til at se
Ealing Comedies

Today we launch a retrospective devoted to the film company behind the golden era of post-war British comedies, Ealing Studios. We begin with one of the very best: Forget the misguided Coen brothers remake, Alexander Mackendrick’s 1955 gem starring Alec Guinness is a wickedly funny classic.


Suzan Pitt USA, 1979

8 dage til at se

A landmark work in experimental surrealist animation, Suzan Pitt’s short has more ideas than even some features! Brilliantly mixing hand-drawn animation with stop-motion, Asparagus is resplendent with evocative ideas on femininity, interiority, and the body. A truly singular piece of cinema.

A Bad Son

Claude Sautet Frankrig, 1980

We conclude our Claude Sautet retrospective with another incisive yet tender cinematic gift. In A Bad Son this great chronicler of French society focuses on a working class family, and the attempted rehabilitation of their son, to challenge contradictions of masculinity and society at large.

Vincent, François, Paul and the Others

Claude Sautet Italien, 1974

Next in our retrospective devoted to Claude Sautet is one of the French director’s mega-hits at home. A trio of middle-aged men (Yves Montand, Michel Piccoli, Serge Reggiani) face mid-life crises in a prototypical drama of the era. With Gérard Depardieu as the young man they all wish they could be!

César and Rosalie

Claude Sautet Frankrig, 1972

A fiery romance turns to a love triangle in another underrated film by Claude Sautet. Revising a familiar scenario of doomed love and romantic indecision, Sautet executes his tale with wisdom and complexity in regards to gender and relationship politics. These are characters you won’t soon forget.

Max and the Junkmen

Claude Sautet Frankrig, 1971

A success in his home country, director Claude Sautet has never had the auteur reputation of his contemporaries (the French New Wave!). We hope to help some with a 4-film retrospective devoted to this nuanced dramatist. We begin with a sinister policier starring Michel Piccoli and Romy Schneider.


Andrew Haigh Storbritannien, 2011

3 dage til at se

Andrew Haigh is a true jewel of a filmmaker—a uniquely measured dramatist, profoundly concerned, through a patient style, with characters above story. We adore his sophomore feature, Weekend for its poignant realization of two characters that feel as though they might be real people. Sublime.

One on Top of the Other

Lucio Fulci Italien, 1969

2 dage til at se

Lucio Fulci is one of the finest talents of his generation—his films are as much audio-visual tapestries as they are narrative experiences, and this giallo revision of Vertigo is no exception. Alternatively titled Perversion Story, cinema doesn’t get more beguiling and darkly cynical than this.

The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun

Djibril Diop Mambéty Senegal, 1999

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The final film from the seminal Senegalese filmmaker Djibril Diop Mambéty (Touki Bouki), this fleeting portrait of a girl in Dakar is yet another humanist triumph. Both naturalistic and allegorical in style, but never schematic, this 1999 Quinzaine premiere is a perfect balance of joy and pathos.


Christopher Nolan Storbritannien, 1998

Bill is an unemployed writer who has lately taken to following strangers at random on the street. One day, Cobb, a man Bill has been following, catches him in the act. Cobb reveals he has a transgressive daily routine of his own: he is a burgler. He invites Bill to join him.

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