There is beauty in being lost in a film: a dreamy, magical, surreal space of vision and sound. Meet beautiful monsters, ghostly apparitions, and historic figures summoned by the imagination of artists. At this series of free film screenings, we invite you to experience themes from the Carnegie International in a new way.
About the Films
- Rosalind Nashashibi, Vivian’s Garden, 2017. Run time: 29:50
Follow the household encounters of mother and daughter Elisabeth Wild and Vivian Suter, Swiss/Austrian emigre artists living in Panajachel, Guatemala.
- Ana Hjort Guttu and Daisuke Kosugi, The Lost Dreams of Naoki Hayakawa, 2016. Run time: 25:00
An all-consuming art-direction job at an advertisement company in Tokyo drives the protagonist to seek reprieve in his fantastic dream worlds.
- Wu Tsang, Duilian, 2016. Run time: 30:00
A speculative portrayal of Qui Jin, a Chinese revolutionary, and her possible lover, calligrapher, poet, Wu Zhiying.
The 2018 International transforms the museum’s theater into a cinematheque. Taking its name from the French, a cinematheque is a small film house or a film library. Libraries open up a world of knowledge to the public, and the International’s Cinematheque likewise brings to Pittsburgh worlds captured by filmmakers near and far.
See all Cinematheque screenings.