A collective work of three directors, this documentary film depicts the traits of the young generation and shows us present-day Italy through its eyes. In addition, it faces us all with the question of what it is like to be young in our part of the world and what our shared future looks like.
Sunday, 03. 07. 2022 / 19:00 / Main Hall
Set during the tumult of the late 1960s, this is Kenneth Branagh’s humorous, tender and deeply personal memory of the city of his birth. “To those who stayed, those who left, and those who were lost.” The Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and the BAFTA for Outstanding British Film.
Antigone - How Dare We! Antigona - Kako si upamo!
Sunday, 03. 07. 2022 / 20:00 / Small Hall
A film based on Slavoj Žižek’s play The Three Lives of Antigone. Praised as the heroic rebel against state power, Antigone seems to be a convenient ideal for the present age. But is Antigone truly an emancipatory hero – or is she part of the problem? It is time to lay bare the “disgusting murmur of life” in the world of right-wing fundamentalism, climate change, and stark inequality. Antigone – How Dare We! stands for political drama that addresses the most vital questions of our time.