13 September 2017


The film is set in Paris in the early 1960s where the famous sculptor Alberto Giacometti, tired of the boredom of life and excessive attention from colleagues and critics, finds peace in the company of American writer James Lord who was posing for the painter. The film is based on Lord’s book, A Giacometti Portrait (1965).

In describing his sculptures—walking figures with elongated proportions and rough surfaces—Giacometti said that he made not people, but their shadows. Director Stanley Tucci believes that the most important thing in Giacometti’s art is how the objects structuralize the space around them. The film’s imagery was inspired not only by Paris of the 1960s (which the director avoided romanticizing) but also by the sculptor’s creative vision: Tucci used intriguing camera angles that shaped the space around actors Geoffrey Rush and Armie Hammer.

The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2017. Geoffrey Rush, who played Giacometti, won the Berlinale Camera award for his exceptional acting.

Final Portrait

Director Stanley Tucci, UK-USA,  2017, 90 min



Standard ticket 300 RUB

Concessions for visitors with disabilities 150 RUB
Carer’s ticket 150 RUB

Films will be screened in the original language with Russian subtitles.
The screening is accessible for deaf and hard of hearing visitors.


Garage members are eligible for a 50% discount.
To book members’ tickets, call +7 (499) 345-10-00 or email members@garagemca.org. Booked tickets must be paid for no later than 30 minutes before the screening.

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