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Saturday, 23. 03. 2019 / 16:00 / Small Hall
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Rendez-vous with coffee and talk

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Rendez-vous with coffee and talk

From 28 February 2019

Faces Places Visages Villages

Agnès Varda, JR / France / 2017 / 94 min / Slovene subtitles, French

Screenings

Saturday, 23. 03. 2019 / 16:00 / Small Hall
Wednesday, 27. 03. 2019 / 19:00 / Small Hall
Wednesday, 29. 05. 2019 / 10:00 / Main Hall

Rendez-vous with coffee and talk

Wednesday, 29. 05. 2019 / 15:00 / Main Hall

Rendez-vous with coffee and talk

Agnès Varda joins teams up with artist street JR, who shares her love for regular people and their stories to create a warm and soulful road movie - a moving meditation on friendship, transience and the power of art. Winner for Best Documentary at Cannes, and nominated for an Academy Award.

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