04 October in 00:00
This year, Pioner became one of the Moscow International Film Festival’s official locations. Our theater’s program includes 6 MIFF films.
“Uppercase Print” is a film from one of the brightest and most radical Romanian directors today, Radu Jude: in his film, life is mixed with fiction, theater with cinema, and archival footage of socialist life with the present day. João Nuno Pinto’s “Mosquito” is an even-tempered Portuguese film about a World War I soldier who went to battle, but eventually got lost in the American jungle. A Korean crime thriller, “Beasts Clawing at Straws” tells a story of a group of people who fight for the right to a bag of money, while a new film by Kazakh director Adilkhan Erzhanov, “Black, Black Man” sends you to a remote province where, under the influence of circumstances, a police officer will have to remember why he became an investigator long ago. “Charlatan,” by Polish living legend Agnieszka Holland, takes you to the world of pre-war Czechoslovakia and introduces you to the life of a healer (or a charlatan) who managed to survive despite all the authorities. You will also be able to see a Belarusian horror film by Vladimir Zinkevich, “Spice Boys,” which clearly shows how a mere bad trip can lead to a tragic and terrible ending.
4 October, 22:15 – “Uppercase Print” (dir. Radu Jude)
5 October, 21:10 – “Beasts Clawing at Straws” (dir. Yong-Hoon Kim)
5 October, 23:25 – “Spice Boys” (dir. Vladimir Zinkevich)
6 October, 21:50 – “Charlatan” (dir. Agnieszka Holland)
7 October, 21:35 – “Mosquito” (dir. João Nunu Pinto)
8 October, 21:05 – “A Dark, Dark Man” (dir. Adilkhan Erzhanov)