Amos Gitai returns to the occupied territories for the first time since his 1982 documentary Field Diary. West of the Jordan River describes the efforts of citizens, Israelis and Palestinians, who are trying to overcome the consequences of occupation. Gitai’s film shows the human ties woven by the military, human rights activists, journalists, mourning mothers and even Jewish settlers. Faced with the failure of politics to solve the occupation issue, these men and women rise and act in the name of their civic consciousness.
West of the Jordan River West of the Jordan River
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami
Monday, 25. 06. 2018 / 16:15 / Main Hall
After her two cinematic encounters with Slavoj Žižek, Sophie Fiennes takes us on an eccentric trip with another pop-culture icon.
Music is the Art of Time 3, LP film Laibach Glasba je časovna umetnost 3, LP film Laibach
Monday, 25. 06. 2018 / 18:30 / Small Hall
A film about the first Laibach album officially released in Yugoslavia. The record came out despite the political ban that was in place on the band’s name at the time, in 1985 – but without the name or a title. A black cross on the cover was enough.
Jupiter's Moon Jupiter holdja
Monday, 25. 06. 2018 / 18:45 / Main Hall
The surreal, dystopian, sci-fi thriller set somewhere along the border of Fortress Europe is a sensational, action-packed, visually stunning political allegory in which miracles are trafficked for small change.