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Garage Screen was launched in 2012 to bring audiences the best of Russian and international features, documentaries, experimental films, the latest festival releases, and animation.
Screenings take place in Garage Auditorium and, since 2017, in the summer cinema on Gorky Park’s Garage Square. Since 2018, Garage has run an annual competition for the architectural concept for Garage Screen summer cinema.
The Museum also organizes the Garage Screen Film Festival in Russia and CIS countries and distributes films. As a film distributor, Garage Screen focuses on new cinema and the history of film in dialogue with contemporary art and culture.
The Garage Screen curator is Evgeny Gusyatinsky, who is a film critic, programmer at International Film Festival Rotterdam, and editor of Iskusstvo Kino (The Art of Cinema).
This program was developed by the IRIS Foundation.
List of events
- 28May 2022Film ScreeningsFilm screening. Last and First Men18:00 –19:10Garage Auditorium175 – 350 ₽
- 29May 2022Film ScreeningsFilm screening: Memoria18:00 –20:30Garage Auditorium175 – 350 ₽
- 2Jun 2022Film ScreeningsFilm screening: Hiroshima, mon amour19:30 –21:00Garage Auditorium175 – 350 ₽
- 4Jun 2022Film ScreeningsFilm Screening: 3 Faces18:00 –19:40Garage Auditorium175 – 350 ₽
- 5Jun 2022Film ScreeningsFilm Screening. Gunda18:00 –19:40Garage Auditorium175 – 350 ₽
- 11Jun 2022Film ScreeningsFilm screening: Breathless18:00 –19:30Garage Auditorium175 – 350 ₽
Garage Screen Film FestivalThe annual festival organized within Garage’s film program and held in Russian cities and CIS countries acquaints audiences with the best recent pictures that haven’t been widely screened in theaters. Launched in 2018 to celebrate Garage’s tenth anniversary, the festival has since become an integral part of the Museum’s all-round collaboration with some leading regional and foreign cultural institutions. Over its existence, the program’s focus has shifted from films on art and contemporary culture to the screenings of festival cinema premiered in the previous season.
Film DistributionThe Garage Screen team has been distributing films since 2019. Through its distribution activity Garage Screen reflects on the newest cinema and the history of film in a dialogue with contemporary art and culture. The Garage Screen program concentrates on “cross-over” pictures that play a significant role within the art process happening here-and-now. The debut production released by Garage was Anton Zhelnov’s documentary Poor Folk. Kabakovs which portrays the life and practice of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov—the classics of Russian contemporary art.