The Italian maestro of subversion and provocation, Marco Ferreri, quite rightly referred to his grotesque comedy as “physiological satire”. Not only did he hold up the mirror to the decadence and vulgarity of the greedy consumer-oriented society, but he also provoked terrible heartburn. In 1973, The Grande Bouffe triggered a scandal among audience and critics in Cannes and was at the same time awarded the best film award by the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI).
The Big Feast La Grande bouffe
Friday, 14. 08. 2020 / 15:30 / Main Hall
Ema, a young reggaeton dancer, decides to separate from Gastón after giving back the son they adopted and were unable to raise. However, she has a secret plan to recover everything she’s lost.
Honeyland Medena zemja
Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov
Friday, 14. 08. 2020 / 18:30 / Main Hall
Hatidze lives in the mountains of North Macedonia, making a living cultivating honey using ancient beekeeping traditions. One day an unruly family moves in next door …
Hope Gap Hope Gap
Friday, 14. 08. 2020 / 21:00 / Main Hall
Grace and Edward have been married 29 years. When their son Jamie comes home to visit them in the fading seaside town where he grew up, Edward tells him that he plans to leave Grace.