Screening: 20th Century Women

Date

From 26 August 2017

Schedule

20:00–22:00

Place

Garage Screen summer cinema
Screening: 20th Century WomenScreening: 20th Century Women

DESCRIPTION

Mike Mills’s retro mumblecore film 20th Century Women (2016) tells the story of three women of different ages living in a 1970s’ California and  stars two of the prominent actresses of American independent cinema, Annette Benning and Greta Gerwig. The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Screenplay.    

A single mother Dorothea decides to get two ladies—her tenant, a young artist Abby, who is recovering from cancer, and a girl named Judy—to help her knock some sense into the head of her teenage son. A light-hearted and empowering film touches on a number of rarely articulated issues faced by twentieth-century American women, offering a feminist perspective on recent history.

20th Century Women

Director Mike Mills. USA. 118 min.

16+

HOW TO TAKE PART

Free admission with advance registration.

The film will be screened in Native language with Russian subtitles.

The screening is accessible to deaf and hard of hearing visitors.

REGISTRATION