Retrospectives & Focus

Focus John Sayles

For four decades, John Sayles has been building a major body of work, deeply American and political in the topics it tackles - the relationship to identities and history, the border as well as the representation of minorities. His universe is always attentive to the dynamics of class, gender and race, without ever being a caricature of progressive cinema. A brilliant author and an actor, Sayles also edits his own films. He's the quintessence of the independent filmmaker.

– Nathan Reneaud

Lianna

de John Sayles

Limbo

de John Sayles

Mon 18 Oct | 11h00 | Utopia

Matewan

de John Sayles

Sun 17 Oct | 10h45 | Utopia

City of Hope

de John Sayles

Sat 16 Oct | 17h00 | Utopia

Piranha

de Joe Dante

Mon 18 Oct | 21h00 | Utopia

Masterclass Maggie Renzi / John Sayles + Emilie Lesclaux / Kleber Mendonça Filho

Masterclass Maggie Renzi / John Sayles + Emilie Lesclaux / Kleber Mendonça Filho

Sun 17 Oct | 18h00 | UGC Ciné Cité Bordeaux

Rétrospective Barbet Schroeder

Initially an actor for his friend Eric Rohmer, he founded Les Films du Losange with him and produced the first episodes of “Six Moral Tales”. He soon got interested in directing and his first feature film, “More” (1969), can now be seen as part of a body of work of rare density and eclecticism. Barbet Schroeder has never ceased to alternate committed documentary proposals (“Terror’s Advocate”) and dynamited fictions (“Maîtresse”), thus witnessing an independence in both tone and genre.

– Pierre Guidez

Single White Female

de Barbet Schroeder

Our Lady Of The Assassins La virgen de los sicarios

de Barbet Schroeder

Mon 18 Oct | 16h45 | UGC Ciné Cité Bordeaux

Reversal Of Fortune

de Barbet Schroeder

Mistress Maîtresse

de Barbet Schroeder

Sun 17 Oct | 20h45 | UGC Ciné Cité Bordeaux

Masterclass Barbet Schroeder

Masterclass Barbet Schroeder

Focus Laura Mulvey

A theorist, an academic and a director, known for the concept of “male gaze”, her reflections constitute a considerable contribution to the history of cinema. The screening of the films she directed with Peter Wollen and of a pivotal film for her will be an opportunity to explore the multiple facets of her work. This program will be mirrored by a “carte blanche” given to the magazine Another Gaze.

– Natacha Seweryn


Created in 2016, Another Gaze magazine deals with feminism and cinema. Another Screen, a streaming platform that offers rare films in several languages, was born from this initiative last March. The work of Cecilia Mangini, an Italian filmmaker and documentary maker whose films have only recently begun to be restored and shown, was particularly highlighted on the platform. This selection, featuring titles ranging from 1960 to 1974, includes some of the filmmaker's collaborators, such as Pier Paolo Pasolini and Egisto Macchi, as well as her favorite subjects: endangered rituals, the fate of young people and the left behind, but also the proletariat.

– Natacha Seweryn & Daniella Shreir

Riddles of the Sphinx

de Laura Mulvey | Peter Wollen

Crystal Gazing

de Laura Mulvey | Peter Wollen

Imitation of Life

de Douglas Sirk

Programme of short films

Amy!

de Laura Mulvey | Peter Wollen

Frida Kahlo & Tina Modotti

de Laura Mulvey | Peter Wollen

Carte blanche à Another Gaze

Essere Donne

de Cecilia Mangini

Divino Amore

de Cecilia Mangini

Ignoti Alla Città

de Cecilia Mangini

La Briglia Sul Collo

de Cecilia Mangini

La Canta delle marane

de Cecilia Mangini

Maria e i Giorni

de Cecilia Mangini

Stendalì‌

de Cecilia Mangini