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April 2014

Death, Secrets, and Lies: A GSLL Film Series

April 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Central & Southeastern European & Russian Film Festival will take place on Thursdays in the spring 2014 semester.

Damnation / “Kárhozat” by Béla Tarr (Hungary, 1988)

Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr began his career making social realist domestic dramas, similar to the work of John Cassavettes. The feature before Damnation, Almanac of Fall, showed Tarr moving toward a more visually stylized form of filmmaking. With Damnation, the first of his collaborations with novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Tarr adopts a formally rigorous style, featuring long takes and slow tracking shots of the bleak landscape that surrounds the characters. Shot in black-and-white, Damnation tells the story of Karrer (Miklos B. Szekely), a depressed man in love with a married woman (Vali Kerekes) who sings at the local bar, Titanik.

Find out more »

Death, Secrets, and Lies: A GSLL Film Series

April 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Central & Southeastern European & Russian Film Festival will take place on Thursdays in the spring 2014 semester.

Damnation / “Kárhozat” by Béla Tarr (Hungary, 1988)

Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr began his career making social realist domestic dramas, similar to the work of John Cassavettes. The feature before Damnation, Almanac of Fall, showed Tarr moving toward a more visually stylized form of filmmaking. With Damnation, the first of his collaborations with novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Tarr adopts a formally rigorous style, featuring long takes and slow tracking shots of the bleak landscape that surrounds the characters. Shot in black-and-white, Damnation tells the story of Karrer (Miklos B. Szekely), a depressed man in love with a married woman (Vali Kerekes) who sings at the local bar, Titanik.

Find out more »

Death, Secrets, and Lies: A GSLL Film Series

April 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Central & Southeastern European & Russian Film Festival will take place on Thursdays in the spring 2014 semester.

Damnation / “Kárhozat” by Béla Tarr (Hungary, 1988)

Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr began his career making social realist domestic dramas, similar to the work of John Cassavettes. The feature before Damnation, Almanac of Fall, showed Tarr moving toward a more visually stylized form of filmmaking. With Damnation, the first of his collaborations with novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Tarr adopts a formally rigorous style, featuring long takes and slow tracking shots of the bleak landscape that surrounds the characters. Shot in black-and-white, Damnation tells the story of Karrer (Miklos B. Szekely), a depressed man in love with a married woman (Vali Kerekes) who sings at the local bar, Titanik.

Find out more »

Death, Secrets, and Lies: A GSLL Film Series

April 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Central & Southeastern European & Russian Film Festival will take place on Thursdays in the spring 2014 semester.

Damnation / “Kárhozat” by Béla Tarr (Hungary, 1988)

Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr began his career making social realist domestic dramas, similar to the work of John Cassavettes. The feature before Damnation, Almanac of Fall, showed Tarr moving toward a more visually stylized form of filmmaking. With Damnation, the first of his collaborations with novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Tarr adopts a formally rigorous style, featuring long takes and slow tracking shots of the bleak landscape that surrounds the characters. Shot in black-and-white, Damnation tells the story of Karrer (Miklos B. Szekely), a depressed man in love with a married woman (Vali Kerekes) who sings at the local bar, Titanik.

Find out more »

Death, Secrets, and Lies: A GSLL Film Series

April 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Central & Southeastern European & Russian Film Festival will take place on Thursdays in the spring 2014 semester.

Damnation / “Kárhozat” by Béla Tarr (Hungary, 1988)

Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr began his career making social realist domestic dramas, similar to the work of John Cassavettes. The feature before Damnation, Almanac of Fall, showed Tarr moving toward a more visually stylized form of filmmaking. With Damnation, the first of his collaborations with novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Tarr adopts a formally rigorous style, featuring long takes and slow tracking shots of the bleak landscape that surrounds the characters. Shot in black-and-white, Damnation tells the story of Karrer (Miklos B. Szekely), a depressed man in love with a married woman (Vali Kerekes) who sings at the local bar, Titanik.

Find out more »

Death, Secrets, and Lies: A GSLL Film Series

April 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Central & Southeastern European & Russian Film Festival will take place on Thursdays in the spring 2014 semester.

Damnation / “Kárhozat” by Béla Tarr (Hungary, 1988)

Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr began his career making social realist domestic dramas, similar to the work of John Cassavettes. The feature before Damnation, Almanac of Fall, showed Tarr moving toward a more visually stylized form of filmmaking. With Damnation, the first of his collaborations with novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Tarr adopts a formally rigorous style, featuring long takes and slow tracking shots of the bleak landscape that surrounds the characters. Shot in black-and-white, Damnation tells the story of Karrer (Miklos B. Szekely), a depressed man in love with a married woman (Vali Kerekes) who sings at the local bar, Titanik.

Find out more »

Death, Secrets, and Lies: A GSLL Film Series

April 3, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Central & Southeastern European & Russian Film Festival will take place on Thursdays in the spring 2014 semester.

Damnation / “Kárhozat” by Béla Tarr (Hungary, 1988)

Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr began his career making social realist domestic dramas, similar to the work of John Cassavettes. The feature before Damnation, Almanac of Fall, showed Tarr moving toward a more visually stylized form of filmmaking. With Damnation, the first of his collaborations with novelist Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Tarr adopts a formally rigorous style, featuring long takes and slow tracking shots of the bleak landscape that surrounds the characters. Shot in black-and-white, Damnation tells the story of Karrer (Miklos B. Szekely), a depressed man in love with a married woman (Vali Kerekes) who sings at the local bar, Titanik.

Find out more »
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