Due to the preparation and staging of J-FEST Summer 2019, Allora & Calzadilla’s installation Graft will be unavailable July 13–24.

Garage Screen. Summer film program

21 June – 13 September 2016

DESCRIPTION

In summer 2016, Garage is expanding its summer film program by opening a second cinema space, on Garage Rooftop.

The rooftop, normally closed to the public, will become an open-air cinema equipped with unique cutting-edge technology: a 4K projection system, a 15.2-by-6.2-meter screen, and the unparalleled Christie Vive Audio sound system.

Throughout the summer season, visitors will have the opportunity to see both new films and old favorites, including Randall Wright’s Hockney, and Marcie Begleiter’s Eva Hesse, among others.

ABOUT GARAGE SCREEN

Garage Screen was launched in 2012 to bring to Garage’s audience the best of Russian and international filmmaking, including documentary, experimental, and feature films. The selection of films and videos chosen by the Garage team is made up of works that explore various aspects of contemporary art and culture, and rare footage offering insight into the life and work of both famous and little-known contemporary artists, musicians, architects, and performers. There are also documentaries on the making of artworks and exhibitions.

Films that have premiered in Russia at Garage Screen nights include Laurie Anderson’s Heart of a Dog, Oleg Karavaichuk’s Recollections, Part One, Daniil Zinchenko’s Elixir, Amei Wallach’s Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress, and the Tangerine, and Marta Popivoda Yugoslavia, How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body. Since its launch, Garage Screen has run a number of programs, including Breaking Down Barriers, Through the Looking Glass of Louise Bourgeois, Deconstruction of Cinematic Realities, ARTDOC, and has featured materials from Garage Archive Collection.

PAST EVENTS

Thursday, June 23

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Dir. Lisa Immordino Vreeland, 97 minutes, USA, 2015
16+

This biopic tells the story of the Guggenheim family heiress, who became known as a central figure in the history of modern and contemporary art.

This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Wednesday, June 29

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Hockney

Dir. Randall Wright, 112 minutes, UK, 2014
16+

Hockney —a documentary biography of British pop-artist David Hockney—is a captivating collage of stories of his famous double-portraits’ characters, the artist’s friends, as well as archival interviews.

This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art.

Thursday, July 7

22:00–00:00  Garage Auditorium

Eva Hesse

Dir. Marcie Begleiter, 105 minutes, USA, 2016
16+

Eva Hesse is a thoughtful film biography of an abstract American artist and sculptor, who was involved in the Arte Povera and process art movements among others in the 1960s.

Unfortunately, due to inclement weather conditions, the screening of Eva Hesse has been moved from the Museum rooftop to Garage Auditorium. If you have bought a ticket for tonight’s screening, please keep it and use it for any of our other screenings on the rooftop from the summer program.

This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art.

Thursday, June 23

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Dir. Lisa Immordino Vreeland, 97 minutes, USA, 2015
16+

This biopic tells the story of the Guggenheim family heiress, who became known as a central figure in the history of modern and contemporary art.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

13 июля, среда

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Crazy About Tiffany’s

Dir. Matthew Miele. 86 minutes. USA, 2016
16+

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Thursday, July 14

Sunday, July 17

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures

Dir. Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, 108 minutes, USA, Germany, 2016
18+

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Wednesday, July 20

Thursday, July 21

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Finding Vivian Maier

Dir. John Maloof, Charlie Siskel, 83 minutes, USA, 2013
16+

This documentary traces the life story of the late Vivian Maier, a career nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America’s most accomplished and insightful street photographers.

REGISTRATION

This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.
Admission is free, registration required.

Saturday, July 23

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Oleg and the Rare Arts

Film screening in memory of composer Oleg Karavaichuk.

On June 13, Oleg Karavaichuk, the legendary Saint Petersburg composer, virtuoso musician, and author of music scores for the films of Sergey Paradzhanov, Vasily Shukshin, Ilya Averbach, Kira Muratova, and many others, passed away.

Please note that this event is only open to GARAGE cardholders.

This screening is organized in collaboration with the Karavaichuk Foundation.

Sunday, July 24

Monday, July 25

Tuesday, July 26

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Finding Vivian Maier

Dir. John Maloof, Charlie Siskel, 83 minutes, USA, 2013
16+

This documentary traces the life story of the late Vivian Maier, a career nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America’s most accomplished and insightful street photographers.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Wednesday, July 27 

Thursday, July 28

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Burden

Dir. Timothy Marrinan, Richard Dewey, 88 minutes, USA, 2016
18+

Chris Burden, who died in 2015, was an American artist working in the fields of performance, sculpture, and installation art.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art.

Sunday, July 31

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Burden

Dir. Timothy Marrinan, Richard Dewey, 88 minutes, USA, 2016
18+

Chris Burden, who died in 2015, was an American artist working in the fields of performance, sculpture, and installation art.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art.

Monday, August 1

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Victoria  

Dir. Sebastian Schipper, 138 minutes, Germany, 2015

18+

 

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Wednesday, August 3

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Eva Hesse

Dir. Marcie Begleiter, 105 minutes, USA, 2016
16+

Eva Hesse is a thoughtful film biography of an abstract American artist and sculptor, who was involved in the Arte Povera and process art movements among others in the 1960s.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art.

Thursday, August 4

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Zaha Hadid... Who Dares Wins

Dir. Lindsey Hanlon, Roger Parsons, 71 minutes, UK, 2013

14+

A feature-length documentary conversation with the incredible Zaha Hadid, student of the ‘starchitect’ Rem Koolhaas, and one of the most important figures in architecture of the past several decades.

REGISTRATION

This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art

Friday, August 5

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Café Society

Café Society is a new film by the remarkable Woody Allen, a romantic comedy set in the vibrant atmosphere of the “dream factory”—1930s Hollywood.

18+

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Sunday, August 7

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Zaha Hadid... Who Dares Wins

Dir. Lindsey Hanlon, Roger Parsons, 71 minutes, UK, 2013

14+

 

A feature-length documentary conversation with the incredible Zaha Hadid, student of the ‘starchitect’ Rem Koolhaas, and one of the most important figures in architecture of the past several decades.

 

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This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art

Tuesday, August 9

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Dior and I

Dir. Frédéric Tcheng, 90 minutes, France, 2014

16+

 

The plot of this film may seem like it would only be of interest to those in the fashion industry, but director Frédéric Tcheng tells an exciting story of life behind the scenes of the fashion industry, giving it a human dimension which cannot be found in the pages of glossy magazines.

 

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Wednesday, August 10

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Amy

Dir. Asif Kapadia, 127 minutes, UK, USA, 2015

18+

This documentary uncovers the world of Amy Winehouse—the extravagant British singer and songwriter, whose biopic has been long-awaited by millions of her fans since her tragic death in 2011.

 

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Thursday, August 11

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Don’t Blink – Robert Frank

Dir. Laura Israel, 82 minutes, USA, 2015
16+

Highly acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank’s career started in the movies before he chose a camera as his main creative tool.

REGISTRATION

This screening is organized within the project ART-SEASON INGOSSTRAKH.

Tuesday, August 16

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Arteholic

Hermann Vaske. Germany, 2014. 82 minutes

 

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This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art.

Wednesday, August 17

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures

Dir. Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, 108 minutes, USA, Germany, 2016
18+

Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures is a documentary about the iconic photographer of the twentieth century and changes in art and society during his life.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Thursday, August 18

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

The New Rijksmuseum (Het nieuwe Rijksmuseum)

Dir. Oeke Hoogendijk, 90 minutes, The Netherlands, 2014
IDFA festival participant
16+

In 2003, one of the most important Dutch museums—Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum—closed down for restoration. Although due to open in 2008, the construction works extended for over a decade, during which around 400 hours of film footage was recorded.

REGISTRATION

This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Sunday, August 21

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Don’t Blink – Robert Frank

Dir. Laura Israel, 82 minutes, USA, 2015
16+

Highly acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank’s career started in the movies before he chose a camera as his main creative tool.

Dear visitors, due to weather conditions the screening Don’t Blink – Robert Frank will take place on Sunday, August 21, 22.00.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with PERFORM Festival of Films about Art.

Thursday, August 25

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Love and Friendship

Dir. Whit Stillman, 92 minutes, France, The Netherlands, Ireland, USA, 2016.

 

A new film by one of the present day’s most notable independent directors the ironic aesthete Whit Stillman, Love and Friendship is based on “Lady Susan”—an early novella by Jane Austen.

 

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Friday, August 26

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

The Artist

Director Michel Hazanavicius, 114 minutes, France, Belgium, 2011

12+

 

This tribute to the magic of silent cinema was made in 2011 and won the hearts of millions.

 

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Saturday, August 27

20:00–03:00  Garage Rooftop

Gilles Deleuze Cinema Night

Cinema Night—a special program of film screenings on Garage Rooftop—is dedicated to the iconic book Cinema by the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze—released as part of Garage Museum and Ad Marginem’s joint publishing program in 2013.

Sunday, August 28

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

The Wolfpack

Dir. Crystal Moselle, 83 minutes, USA, 2015

Winner of the U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize at the 2015 Sundance Festival, this film tells the story of the Angulo brothers, isolated in a New York apartment and trying to comprehend the outside world through film.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Monday, August 29

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

The Artist

Director Michel Hazanavicius, 114 minutes, France, Belgium, 2011

12+

 

This tribute to the magic of silent cinema was made in 2011 and won the hearts of millions.

 

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Wednesday, August 31

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Dior and I

Dir. Frédéric Tcheng, 90 minutes, France, 2014

16+

 

The plot of this film may seem like it would only be of interest to those in the fashion industry, but director Frédéric Tcheng tells an exciting story of life behind the scenes of the fashion industry, giving it a human dimension which cannot be found in the pages of glossy magazines.

 

The screening of Dior and I is cancelled, due to poor weather conditions. The screening is postponed to Wednesday, August, 31. Tickets for the screening on August, 24 are valid for the screening on August, 31 or any other screening on the Garage Museum rooftop.

 

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Thursday, September 1

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

The New Rijksmuseum (Het nieuwe Rijksmuseum)

Dir. Oeke Hoogendijk, 90 minutes, The Netherlands, 2014
IDFA festival participant
16+

In 2003, one of the most important Dutch museums—Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum—closed down for restoration. Although due to open in 2008, the construction works extended for over a decade, during which around 400 hours of film footage was recorded.


Dear Garage Museum film screenings visitors, we would like to inform you that the screening of The New Rijksmuseum is cancelled, due to poor weather conditions. The screening is postponed to September, 1. Tickets for the screening on August, 23 are valid for the screening on September, 1 or any other screening on the Garage Museum rooftop.

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This screening is organized in collaboration with Documentary Film Center, Moscow.

Saturday, September 3

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

Youth

Director Paolo Sorrentino. 124 minutes. Italy, France, UK, Switzerland, 2015

18+

 

In Youth, Paolo Sorrentino explores similar themes to those in La Grande Bellezza: the protagonists—rich aging men with creative backgrounds—reflect on the years passed and feelings gone in the picturesque surroundings of the Swiss Alps.

 

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Sunday, September 4

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

Strike a pose

Directors Ester Gould, Reijer Zwaan. 83 minutes. Netherlands, 2016

18+

 

In 1990, seven young male dancers - 6 gay, 1 straight - joined Madonna on her most controversial tour. On stage and in the iconic film Truth or Dare they showed the world how to express yourself. Now, 25 years later, they reveal the truth about life during and after the tour.

 

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Tuesday, September 6

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

Strike a pose

Directors Ester Gould, Reijer Zwaan. 83 minutes. Netherlands, 2016

18+

 

In 1990, seven young male dancers - 6 gay, 1 straight - joined Madonna on her most controversial tour. On stage and in the iconic film Truth or Dare they showed the world how to express yourself. Now, 25 years later, they reveal the truth about life during and after the tour.

 

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Wednesday, September 7

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

Contemporary Color

Directors Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross. 107 minutes, USA, 2016
12+

 

Russian Premiere and the opening film of Documentary Film Festival CENTER, Contemporary Color is a unique collaboration of athletes and musicians, a lively picture of friendly sporting spirit and endlessly bright, colorful expression.

 

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Special screening in Garage Museum as part of Documentary Film Festival CENTER

Friday, September 9

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

Life, Animated

Director Roger Ross Williams. 89 minutes, USA, France, 2015
12+

 

The subject of his father Ron Suskind’s New York Times bestseller, Owen was a thriving three-year-old who suddenly and inexplicably went silent—and for years after remained unable to connect with other people or to convey his thoughts, feelings or desires.

 

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Special screening in Garage Museum as part of Documentary Film Festival CENTER
Screening is organized with the support of “Vykhod” Foundation.

Saturday, September 10

22:00–00:00  Garage Rooftop

Barbicania

Directors Ika Bêka and Louise Lemoine, 90 minutes, France, UK 2014
12+

 

The Russian premiere of the film about the Barbican, a famous residential district of London, one of the clearest examples of the style of the new brutalism.

 

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Special screening in Garage Museum as part of Documentary Film Festival CENTER

Sunday, September 11

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

LoveTrue

Director Alma Har’el. 70 minutes, USA, 2016
18+

 

This genre-bending documentary brings Alma Har’el’s signature poetic imagery and fascination with performance in nonfiction to three complimentary stories that seek to demystify the fantasy of true love.

 

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Special screening in Garage Museum as part of Documentary Film Festival CENTER

Monday, September 12

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

Evgeny Granilshchikov: Screening and Discussion

 

Artist, filmmaker, and one of the winners of Garage’s grant program for emerging artists, Evgeny Granilshchikov will present films he has made since 2014, including his most recent work The Ghost (2016) as well as a fragment of his unreleased film Before the Dawn Our Dreams Become More Vivid. The screening will be followed by a discussion with Granilshchikov, and a number of cinema and visual art critics and political theorists.

 

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Tuesday, September 13

21:00–23:30  Garage Rooftop

Love and Death

Director Woody Allen, 82 minutes, USA, 1975


The famous film of one of Manhattan’s most charismatic intellectuals, Woody Allen, is a satirical take on the great Russian novels of the 19th century.

 

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Admission – 400 rubles
Admission for visitors with disabilities – 200 rubles.*
Admission for one carer accompanying a disabled visitor – 200 rubles.*
 

50% discount for GARAGE cardholders
Priority booking for GARAGE cardholders by phone +7 (499) 345-10-00 or email
members@garagemca.org
Bookings must be paid for at least 30 minutes before the screening.

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