Screening of Banquet d’anniversaire (Histoire muette des Balkans) by Fotos Lamprinos

Georges Didi-Huberman and Arno Gisinger are conceiving a program of parallel events in which videoworks born out of the Lebanese milieu meet with a selection of “atlas of images” emerging from different contexts.

Fotos Lamprinos, Banquet d’anniversaire (Histoire muette des Balkans), Greece, 67’, 1995

Screening of Banquet d'anniversaire (Histoire muette des Balkans)

Screening of Banquet d’anniversaire (Histoire muette des Balkans)

Fotos Lamprinos studied cinema at the VGIK in Moscow with Mikhail Romm. He is a Greek documentary maker who has produced over 300 works.

Banquet d’anniversaire (histoire muette des Balkans) is a kind of atlas of the origins of Balkan cinema. Having worked with source materials for Theo Angelopoulos’ films, he has developed a deep knowledge of these archives. Current events, urban dramas, comedies, bucolic vaudevilles, as well as films by the Manakia Brothers, predecessors of Balkan cinema, find their way into Banquet d’anniversaire.

Today there are other cinemas, other places, everywhere in Europe, but the theaters are empty, in ruins, deserted.

Date: Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Venue: Beirut Art Center – Lebanon
Entry: 3000 LL


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