Documentaries in Kumu Art Museum
In co-operation with Kumu Art Museum the Black Nights Film Festival organises documentary film screenings in museum’s new premises. Documentaries on the topics of art and culture are screened in their auditorium seating 246 viewers.
Wednesday, 1.11 / 18:00
Herminamező - Szellemjárás
Péter Halász (Hungary 2006, 77’)
Satirical animated stories of the events in Budapest in 1956.
With English translation.
Thanks to Hungarian Institute!
Wednesday, 8.11 / 18:00
Richard Serra – Thinking On Your Feet
Maria Anna Tappeiner (Germany 2005, 93’)
The film portrays American sculptor Richard Serra, best known for his large scale, minimalist sculptures made of sheets and steel rolls. Maria Ann Tappenheimer observes the development of his work "The Matter of Time", a $ 20 million commission from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Extensive interviews are complemented by a tour through Serra’s work spaces.
Wednesday, 15.11 / 18:00
from BBC series Blue Planet
(Great Britain 2001, 50’)
Life on a coral reef starts with one coral larva which lands in the right place and grows. Soon it’s a coral head, cemented and secure on the seabed. A tiny algae that lives in its tissues allows the coral to grow night and day and as more corals settle, a reef develops. Overcrowding follows as corals expand and soon they’re fighting - digesting their neighbours alive under cover of darkness.
Commentary by Aleksei Turovski.
Wednesday, 22.11 / 18:00
Jörg Kobel (Germany 2005, 75’)
Documenary about German artist Martin Kippenberger.
At the beginning of the screening meeting with the director!
The film is in German, with English subtitles.
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