Film screening. A Arca do Eden. 2011. Portugal/Brazil. Directed by Marcelo Felix. 80 min.


From 9 September 2012


Garage summer venue, Gorky Park



How to run and to stand still at the same time? A Arca de Eden is a poetic film where the texture of endangered plant species is rhymed with the texture of the obsolescent film. The botanical glossary is used to talk about memory mechanisms, interconnection of times and disappearing objects. They say time is imprinted in things but, like on a faded negative, reality cannot be put on hold.

Screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2012.

The Russian Premier.

In the framework of the Deconstruction of Сinematic Realities Film Program.  

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GARAGE SCREEN is developed by Garage Center for Contemporary Culture’s film program as part of its Educational Program. Screenings and related events tackle the theoretical and practical issues raised by cinema.