BATURU 2020 / FEMINISM AND FILM. FORUM 1

General info

Time: 2020.12.03, 19:00 Beijing time
Address: Sino-Swedish Innovation Centre, B1 Innovation Building A, Hangxing Science Park, Dongcheng District Beijing
ZOOM ID: 815 2720 8202,Passcode: 624199
Language: French with consecutive translation
Organizer: Baturu for Beijing + 25
Sponsor: Embassy of the Netherlands in Beijing
Partners:  Wallonia-Brussels Delegation in Beijing, China Nordic Innovation Hub

 

TOPIC: FEMINISM and film. women in the industry and on screen

We are pleased to invite you to a forum titled “Film and Feminism. Women in the Industry and on Screen” that is held as part of the Baturu for Beijing + 25 festival (September 24 – December 10, 2020). The forum, the offline part of which will take place at China Nordic Innovation Hub in Beijing, will bring together the following speakers – Sarah Hirtt, a filmmaker from Belgium, Cynthia-Laure Etom, President & Founder of Women In Film – France, and Guylaine Maroist, a film director from Canada; it will be moderated by Beijing-based independent journalist, Aladin Farré. The informational partner of the event is the Wallonia-Brussels Delegation in Beijing.

The recent studies show that there is much room for improvement in terms of equality behind the scenes and on screen. Over the past decade, women have accounted for only 23% of film directors and they have been underrepresented in such roles as cinematographer, writer, producer etc.

Simultaneously, over the past decades, there has been an active discussion on gender equality and patriarchal order in cinema prompted by women’s movement and academical developments including the groundbreaking article by Laura Mulvey “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” (1973). Eventually, this year saw the appearance of a book by Iris Brey “The Female Gaze” which discusses portraying female characters as subjects that share their experiences in opposition to the objectifying “male gaze”.

At the same time, recently we witnessed social movements and protests (including those around controversial cinema figures and productions) that demonstrate that society and the industry are questioning the existing norms of minorities’ portrayal and lack of professional equality.

We would like to invite the panel participants to discuss interrelations between the women’s movement, changes in the industry, developments of academic thought, and the evolution of the female image on screen as well as the reasons behind certain trends in the film industry and institutional tools to overcome them.

 

speakers and host

Speakers

Cynthia-Laure Etom (online)

Cynthia-Laure Etom is a journalist and consultant in public relations. With a strong commitment to human rights and gender equality, with a focus on women and gender issues, her expertise extends to the place and image of women within the media.
She is the President & Founder of  the international organization : Women In Film – France (WIF – FRANCE). Also a speaker, she delivers workshops for all, in Europe and North America. In october 2020, she was selected “Top 100 Black Women To Watch In Canada – 2020” (CIBWE). 

Sarah Hirtt (online)

After obtaining her diploma in Romance Languages and Letters at Université Libre de Bruxelles, Sarah Hirtt, guided by her passion for cinema, took a film directing course at INSAS (Institut National Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle et des techniques de diffusion). She completed her Master’s degree with distinction and her graduation film, “En Attendant Le Degel”, won the 2nd Ciné-fondation Prize at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival among other awards. In 2014, Sarah Hirtt produced a short film, “Javotte”, and in 2018 released on her first feature film, “Escapada”. The same year, she joined the board of the Association of French-speaking directors and in 2019, she became a member of a feminist collective “Elles Font des Films” that deals with issues of parity and diversity in the audiovisual sector. She is currently working on a script for her second feature film “Cyclopes” (co-written with Sabrina B. Karine) and a mini-series “Deluges” (co-written with Garance Meillon).

Guylaine Maroist (online)

Guylaine Maroist is a Canadian journalist, filmmaker, musician, scriptwriter and film director. She is well known for her documentary productions such as “Gentilly or Not To Be”, “Time Bombs”, “The Disunited States of Canada”, and “God Save Justin Trudeau”. In 2011 she received the Governor General’s History Award for Popular History (The Pierre Berton Award) for her TV documentary series “My Memories On a Roll”. She is President of Productions de la Ruelle, a documentary film production company in Montreal, and President of Les Artistes pour la Paix, a Quebec NGO advocating peace and nuclear disarmament.

Host (offline)

Aladin Farré is a French factual content producer and journalist based in Beijing. Founder of the company China Compass Productions he is the host of Middle Earth – China’s cultural industry podcast.


翔凤文化节/女性主义与电影论坛1

活动信息

时间:12月3日 19:00
地点(线下):中国北欧创新联合体(雍和宫航星园壹中心创新楼A座B1,地铁2号线雍和宫站西北口出)
ZOOM会议 ID: 815 2720 8202密码: 624199
语言:法语交传形式
主办: 翔凤文化节
赞助: 荷兰驻华大使馆
合作方:比利时瓦隆-布鲁塞尔驻华代表团,中国北欧创新联合体

 

主题:女性主义与电影论坛:电影产业之中与银幕之上的女性

翔凤文化节是专注于通过大众文化推进性别平等的文化平台,第八届翔凤文化节于2020年9月24日-12月10日举办。本次女性主义电影论坛是翔凤文化节的系列活动之一,感谢荷兰驻华大使馆的赞助,感谢比利时瓦隆-布鲁塞尔驻华代表团、中国北欧创新联合体的合作支持。

最新的研究显示,电影产业中和银幕上的性别平等还有漫长的路要走。在过去十年中,女性人数只占电影导演职位的23%,而且女性在电影摄影师、编剧、制片人等职位的比例也很低。

与此同时,在过去的几十年里,由于女性运动和女权理论的发展,人们对电影中的性别平等和父权文化进行了积极的讨论,从劳拉·穆尔维(Laura Mulvey)在1973年发表的开创性的文章“视觉愉悦与叙事电影”,到2019年依瑞斯·布雷(Iris Brey)出版的《女性凝视:银幕上的一场革命》,《女性凝视》这本书探讨了对女性角色进行的主体性呈现与塑造,分享了她们的经历和故事并以此反抗“男性凝视”的物化。

与此同时,近期我们目睹了很多社会运动和抗议(包括围绕有争议的电影人和电影公司的抗议)。这些都表明社会和电影业正在质疑对少数群体的刻画模式和行业中性别平等的缺失。

本次论坛的嘉宾们将讨论女权运动、电影业的变化、女性形象在银幕上的演变以及背后的原因(如女性电影人获得预算的机会不足)及其制度性的解决措施(包括自组织协会)。

 

嘉宾和主持人介绍

嘉宾

辛西娅·洛尔·埃托姆(Cynthia – Laure Etom)(线上)

辛西娅·洛尔·埃托姆是记者和公共关系顾问。她致力于追求人权和两性平等,并以女性和两性问题为重点,其研究的专业领域也延伸到有关妇女在媒体中的地位和形象问题。

她是法国女性电影人协会(WIF – France)的创始人和主席。同时,她也是一位优秀的演讲者,经常在欧洲和北美举办研讨会。今年10月,她被选为“2020年加拿大最值得关注的100名黑人女性”(CIBWE)。

 

莎拉·赫特 (Sarah Hirtt) (线上)

萨拉·赫特毕业于布鲁塞尔自由大学,获得语言和文学学位。出于对电影的热爱, 进入比利时国家表演艺术与传播技术高等学院学习,以优异的成绩获得硕士学位,并获得了2013年戛纳电影节的电影基金会奖。继2014年的短片《雅沃特》(JAVOTTE)之后,萨拉·赫特还创作了自己的第一部电影。

《逃逸》(ESCAPADA),该片于2018年上映。同年,她进入了法语导演协会的董事会,并于2019年成为女性电影人机构Elles font des Films)的成员。萨拉·赫特积极关注影视行业的平等和多样性问题。

她目前正在与Sabrina B. Karine合写她的第二部电影《独眼巨人》(CYCLOPES),同时与Garance Meillon 合写短片系列《洪水》(DELUGES)。

盖伊莱恩·马鲁斯(GuylaineMaroist)(线上)

盖伊莱恩·马鲁斯是优秀的纪录片导演,作品有《Gentilly or Not To Be》、《定时炸弹》(Time Bombs)、《The Disunited States of Canada》和《天佑贾斯汀·特鲁多》(God Save Justin Trudeau)。2011年,她凭借电视纪录片《我有旋转的记忆》(J’ai la memoire qui tourne)系列获得了“总督通俗历史奖”(皮埃尔·伯顿奖)。她是位于蒙特利尔的纪录片电影制作公司Productions de la Ruelle的总裁,也是魁北克倡导和平与核裁军的非政府组织和平艺术家(Les Artistes pour la Paix)的主席。

主持人

阿拉丁·铁匠 (线下)

阿拉丁·铁匠(Aladin Farré)是一个住在北京的法国制片人和记者。他创建了中国指南针制作公司(China Compass Productions)并且担任中土世界:中国文化产业播客(Middle Earth – China’s cultural industry podcast)的主持人。


BATURU 2020 / FEMINISM AND FILM. FORUM 2

General info

Time: 2020.12.04, 19:00 Beijing time
Address: Sino-Swedish Innovation Centre, B1 Innovation Building A, Hangxing Science Park, Dongcheng District Beijing
ZOOM ID: 857 6050 9636,Passcode: 846320
Language: French with consecutive translation
Organizer: Baturu for Beijing + 25
Sponsor: Embassy of the Netherlands in Beijing
Partners:  Wallonia-Brussels Delegation in Beijing, China Nordic Innovation Hub

 

TOPIC: FEMINISM and film. EVOLUTION OF THE FEMALE IMAGE

To continue the topic of film and feminism launched with a discussion about the interconnection of the representation of women in the film industry and their image on screen on Thursday, on Friday we will talk about the evolution of female image with film directors Sarah Carlot Jaber (Belgium) and Martin Laroche (Canada); the discussion will be moderated by Chinese director Li Jingxiang. The event will take place online and offline at China Nordic Innovation Hub in Beijing. The informational partner of the event is the Wallonia-Brussels Delegation in Beijing.

Over the past decades, there has been an active discussion on gender equality and patriarchal order in cinema prompted by women’s movement and academical developments including the groundbreaking article by Laura Mulvey “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” (1973). Eventually, this year saw the appearance of a book by Iris Brey “The Female Gaze”.

Mulvey builds her analysis on Hollywood cinema and associates alternative ways of looking with the emergence of avant-garde cinema as well as the change of audience and the technological breakthrough. Iris Brey connects the appearance of an empathetic gaze with a growing number of women behind the scenes; she defines that female gaze as the one that brings to light a variety of female experiences but at the same time highlights that it is about how the character is depicted and not about who stands behind the camera.

We would like to invite the panel participants to discuss the evolution of female characters’ portrayal, its relatedness to the cinematography, narrative, script and other components of the film, as well as factors the shape it.

 

speakers and host

Speakers

Sarah Carlot Jaber (online)

Of Belgian-Lebanese origin, Sarah Carlot Jaber grew up in the Middle East developing a taste for writing, photography and cinema. She holds a degree in Film and Performing Arts from the University of Montpellier III and a master’s degree in feature film from Institut des Arts de Diffusion (2014). Her two student films “Galia” (2013) and “Un parfum de Citron” (2014), as well as her video clip Le lagon (2018), were screened at festivals (FIFF, FIPA, Un point c’est court …) and were marked by awards.

In Brussels, in 2013, she co-founded a group of feminist activists, the LilithS. In 2017, she joined a collective of Belgian directors Elles Font des Films. Recently, Sarah Carlot Jaber has completed an interuniversity master’s program in Genre Studies (Social Sciences) delivered by six universities of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.

After graduating from IAD, she participated in the production of fictional films, wrote several short films and worked for four years at RTBF (Radio Télévision Belge Francophone) as a film director in the marketing department. Now she is working on two fictional short films: “La Protagoniste and “Olga” at the same time she finalises the script for her first feature film “Promises d’Exil”, selected at Atelier Grand Nord in 2019 in Quebec.

Martin Laroche (online)

Martin Laroche is a Canadian film director and screenwriter from Quebec. He is most noted for his 2012 film “Fair Sex”, which received four Jutra Award nominations at the 16th Jutra Awards in 2014 including a nod for Laroche in the Best Screenplay category.

Originally from Victoriaville, Quebec, he is a film studies graduate of the Université du Québec à Montréal. He wrote and directed his debut feature film, “La logique du remords”, in 2007, and followed up with “Modernaire” in 2009.

Since “Fair Sex”, he has also directed the films “Tadoussac” in 2017 and “Laughter” in 2020.

Host

Li Jingxiang (offline)

LI Jingxiang was born in 1984 in Beijing. In 2006 she graduated from the Central Academy of Drama in drama performance. She worked in the film industry for two years then decided to study filmmaking abroad. She followed courses at ESEC and University Paris 8 in France, then at University of Montreal and Concordia University in Canada, obtaining two Master’s degrees. She worked on several French and Chinese films in France and the USA. In 2015, she was part of the organization team of the 12th French Film Festival in China. In 2019, she finished her first feature film “Spring Sparrow” and won two awards: Fajr International Film Festival-Silver Simorgh for Special Jury Prize: Best Costume Design and Festival Nits de Cinéma Oriental de Vic-Jury Prize: Best Film.


翔凤文化节/女性主义与电影论坛2

活动信息

时间:12月4日 19:00
地点(线下):中国北欧创新联合体(雍和宫航星园壹中心创新楼A座B1,地铁2号线雍和宫站西北口出)
ZOOM会议 ID: 857 6050 9636密码: 846320
语言:法语交传形式
主办: 翔凤文化节
赞助: 兰驻华大使馆
合作方:比利时瓦隆-布鲁塞尔驻华代表团,中国北欧创新联合体

 

主题:女性主义与电影论坛:电影中女性形象的演变

翔凤文化节是专注于通过大众文化推进性别平等的文化平台,第八届翔凤文化节于2020年9月24日-12月10日举办。本次女性主义电影论坛是翔凤文化节的系列活动之一,感谢荷兰驻华大使馆的赞助,感谢比利时瓦隆-布鲁塞尔驻华代表团、中国北欧创新联合体的合作支持。

在过去的几十年里,由于女性运动和女权理论的发展,人们对电影中的性别平等和父权文化进行了积极的讨论,从劳拉·穆尔维(Laura Mulvey)在1973年发表的开创性的文章“视觉愉悦与叙事电影”,到2019年依瑞斯·布雷(Iris Brey)出版的《女性凝视:银幕上的一场革命》。

穆尔维将她的分析建立在好莱坞电影之上,并将看待先锋派电影的出现、观众的变化和技术的突破的不同方式联系起来,而依瑞斯·布雷(Iris Brey)将女性凝视的出现与越来越多的幕后女性联系在一起,她将女性凝视定义为一种揭示电影叙事对女性物化的洞察,但同时又强调这是关于角色是如何被描绘的,而不是关于荧屏后的人——女人或者男人。

本次论坛的嘉宾将讨论女性电影角色形象的演变,与电影摄影、叙事、剧本和其他环节的关系。

 

嘉宾和主持人介绍

嘉宾

莎拉·卡洛特·贾伯(Sarah Carlot Jaber) (线上)

莎拉·卡洛特·贾伯生长在中东,父母分别来自比利时和黎巴嫩。莎拉从小一直对写作、摄影和电影有浓厚的兴趣。莎拉毕业于法国蒙彼利埃三世大学电影艺术系。与2014年,获得电影导演的硕士学位。莎拉·贾伯的电影《加莉亚》(Galia, 2013) 和《柠檬香水》(Un parfum de Citron,2014),以及短片《湖》(Le lagon,2018),都在不同的电影节上有很好的反响并获得了奖项。
2013年,在布鲁塞尔,莎拉·贾伯与其他几位女性组建了名为莉莉丝 (LilithS) 的女权主义团体。 2017年,在MeToo运动的时候,莎拉·贾伯加入了比利时女性电影人的组织Elles Font des Films。为了加深对政治和女权主义的思考,莎拉·贾伯攻读了性别研究的社会科学硕士学位。莎拉·贾伯试图通过她的纪录片探索女性欲望的美学,更深入地进行“女性凝视(female gaze)”的思考。
除了导演电影和短片,莎拉·贾伯同时还在比利时广播电视台工作了四年。目前莎拉·贾伯正在拍摄两个短片,《女主角》(La Protagoniste, 入选BSFF布鲁塞尔短片电影节) 和 《Olga》。她的第一部剧情长片《流放的诺言》(Promesses d’exil),已经入选2019年魁北克的 l’Atelier Grand Nord。

马丁·拉罗什(Martin Laroche)(线上)

马丁·拉罗什是来自魁北克的电影导演和编剧。他以2012年的电影《妇道人家》(Les Maneges humains)而出名,该片在2014年第16届朱特奖上获得了四项提名,其中包括最佳编剧奖的提名。
他来自魁北克的维多利亚维尔,毕业于蒙特利尔的魁北克大学的电影专业。2007年,他自编自导了第一部故事片《悔恨的逻辑》(La logique du remords),并于2009年执导了《现代》(Modernaire)。自《妇道人家》之后,他还执导了《塔杜萨克女孩》(Tadoussac,2017)以及《笑声》(Le Rire,2020)。

主持人

李京⾹ (线下)

1984年出⽣于北京,祖籍河北易县。2006年,她完成中央戏剧学院戏剧表演课程。毕业后以演员及幕后统筹⾝份参与影视⼯作两年。2008年,她前往法国,先后在法国巴黎的私⽴电影学院及法国巴黎第⼋⼤学学习电影导演课程。2012年,她参加国际交流项⽬(CREPUQ) ,就读于加拿⼤蒙特利尔⼤学和肯考迪娅⼤学,攻读研究⽣电影课程,获得电影导演硕⼠学位和电影⽂化遗产与保护硕⼠学位。她参与多部国际电影拍摄。2019年,⾃编⾃导第⼀部电影长⽚《春天的⿇雀》,影⽚获得第37届伊朗德⿊兰曙光旬国际电影节-国际主竞赛单元-评审团银凤凰特别奖:最佳服装造型奖; 第⼗六届西班⽛维克东⽅电影节-主竞赛单元-评审团最佳影片奖。2019年⾃编⾃导景德镇传统⽂化传承故事短⽚《将军罐》。目前她正在完成3部电影故事长⽚剧本及1部科幻短⽚剧本。


FORUM / DO WE STILL NEED QUEER FILM FESTIVALS?

Time: 2020.11.29, 19:00
Guests: Karin Fornander (Berlin Feminist Film Week), Jenny Man Wu (Beijing Queer Film Festival), Lior Elefant (Lethal Lesbian)
ZOOM: ID: 854 6086 5122,Passcode: 424197
Organizer: Baturu for Beijing + 25
Sponsors: the Embassy of Germany in Beijing, the Consulates of Germany in Shanghai and Chengdu

ABOUT

As part of “Berlin Feminist Film Week@Baturu” we are pleased to present a panel discussion “Do we still need queer film festivals?”

LGBTI*Q film festivals flourished in the 1970s and 1980s in Western Europe and North America following the rise of the Gay Liberation movement and later in an urge to speak up about HIV-positive people, and saw global expansion in the 1990s. Appearing as a reaction to the current state of society, LGBTI*Q film festivals remain relevant continuing to emerge in different parts of the world. Since 2010, more than 130 new LGBTI*Q festivals have been established globally, exhibiting a trend for a specific political focus – race/ethnicity, migration, gender etc.

Bringing together the curators of festivals focusing on queer and feminist films – Karin Fornander, the curator of Berlin Feminist Film Week (since 2014), Jenny Man Wu, the curator of Beijing Queer Film Festival (since 2001), Lior Elefant, the curator of Lethal Lesbian (since 2008), the forum will shed light on current trends in queer and feminist festivals, the conditions and reasons behind them as well as touch upon broader topics related to queer and feminist filmmaking.

PARTICIPANTS

Karin Fornander / Berlin Feminist Film Week (Germany)
Karin Fornander is the founder of the Berlin Feminist Film Week, a feminist film festival, which challenges patriarchal norms of storytelling and gives a platform to cinematic feminist experiences. Since its foundation in 2014, she is the director and a curator of the Berlin Feminist Film Week team. She studied political science and sociology in Sweden, Russia and Germany.
Berlin Feminist Film Week is a feminist festival founded in Berlin in 2014. Its mission is to challenge the hegemony of patriarchal storytelling through feminist films. Not only are women, queer and PoC filmmakers and protagonists heavily underrepresented in mainstream cinema, but often misrepresented as the characters rely on stereotypes. Discussions on feminist theory and discourse often take place within academia, by using film as a medium the BFFW wants to ensure access to feminist conversations for those outside of academia as well.

Lior Elefant / Lethal Lesbian (Israel)
Lior Elefant is a feminist activist dedicated to support and promote women in the media industries in Israel. Since 2008 she co-founded and/or took part in projects related to women and the media. such as “P. See”, the Israeli Women in Film and Television Forum, the Lethal Lesbian film festival and more. She is currently co-CEO of Women in the Picture Association and working on her Ph.D. in sociology at Ben Gurion University of the Negev.
Lethal Lesbian is an Israeli Lesbian film festival that was founded in 2008 by Dana Ziv and Anat Nir, joined by Lior Elefant in 2009. Since its establishment, it has been screening short Israeli LGBTQ films made by Israeli women, for women, and about women. The festival is not publicly funded, and all involved in it are volunteers. It is the biggest cultural event in Israel for queer women.

Jenny Man Wu / Beijing Queer Film Festival (China)
Independent director, producer and curator. Studied at Beijing Film Academy and Li Xianting Film School. She was in charge of the China Project at Bridging the Dragon Sino-European Producers’ Association, Committee member and Director on Duty of Beijing Queer Film Festival. The films she directed and produced were screened at the Berlinale, Viennale, Women’s Film Festival of Brussels, Dortmund International Women’s Film Festival, SEOUL International Women’s Film Festival and FIRST Film Festival, Beijing Independent Film Festival, Friss Hús Budapest etc. As producer, she has participated international workshop including Biennale College Cinema 2020, Berlinale Talents Program in 2019, Shanghai International Film Festival Training Program 2020 and FIRST film festival training program in 2014.
Beijing Queer Film Festival, is an LGBT film festival, held annually in Beijing. It was the first LGBT film festival to be established in mainland China, founded in 2001 by the Chinese author and LGBT film director Cui Zi’en, a professor at the Beijing Film Academy.

「光影之前」黑屋放映特别场预告|《飓风小队》

开眼Eyepetizer 2020年倾力打造国内首个电影分镜手稿群展,携手国际国内顶尖导演,致敬电影诞生「125周年」。展览汇集了上百幅电影分镜手稿、动态分镜、手绘图等珍贵电影制作素材,揭秘电影诞生的始末。
展览期间开眼Eyepetizer持续联合各合作伙伴推出「黑屋放映」和「开眼谈」两大活动板块,定期为观众带来各大国际电影节获奖和参展佳片展映以及与知名导演、分镜师、影评人等面对面交流对谈的机会。

希望此次展览,能为观众提供一个全方位了解电影艺术的机会,也让大众真正看到、体会到光影世界中,每一位造梦人的真诚付出。


「光影之前」黑屋放映特别场

《飓风小队》

*The screening is organized in partnership with the Danish Film Institute (DFI) and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark.

地址:798 IOMA爱马思艺术中心三层放映厅
时间:2020/11/22 14:00
(免费放映,仅需购买展览门票)

又名: 与飓风同行/Team Hurricane
导演: 安妮卡·伯格
片长:96分钟
年份:2017
制片地区/国家: 丹麦
类型:剧情片
语言:丹麦语,中文字幕
获奖情况:Verona Film Club Award at the 32 Venice International Film Critics’ Week

简介:

在这部与飓风同行剧情片中,8个闺蜜喜欢一起购物,买些光鲜华丽的锦衣珠宝,她们对洋娃娃之类的东西没有半点兴趣。她们是典型的朋克小妞,最喜欢去青年俱乐部,即使里面多是些愚蠢之徒。而后,她们之间一系列相互之间的羞辱责骂差点让这个小团体散伙,但经过热烈的讨论,她们决定团结起来。俱乐部一年一度的夏季派对就要来了,复仇的焰火熊熊燃烧。

导演介绍:

Annika Berg,丹麦导演/编剧,作品包括Team Hurricane (2017), Sia (2015) and Go’ morgen Danmark (1996).


翔凤文化节

成立于2013年,前身是中国国际女性影展,目前已经发展为包括电影、文学、漫画、艺术、音乐、广告创意等多领域的女性文化节,中文名“翔凤文化节”,取自“翔凤为林”之意;英文名“BATURU Cultural Festival”,取自文化节的国际共创女性漫画《BATURU》。文化节以艺术为载体引发公众对女性议题的探讨,增强公众对性别平等的意识。

开眼 Eyepetizer

开眼 App 是一个汇聚全球优质创作者的短视频内容社区,用每日精选自全球的高清短视频和新鲜资讯,为用户提供遍览全球的畅快体验。以传递先锋审美为理念,成功推出以展映和各领域名人对谈为主线的直播项目开眼「在现场」,以及「光影之前」电影分镜手稿主题展览。

本次放映感谢丹麦电影学院和丹麦王国驻华大使馆合作组织。

「光影之前」黑屋放映特别场预告|《我与佛罗伦萨的谈话》

开眼Eyepetizer 2020年倾力打造国内首个电影分镜手稿群展,携手国际国内顶尖导演,致敬电影诞生「125周年」。展览汇集了上百幅电影分镜手稿、动态分镜、手绘图等珍贵电影制作素材,揭秘电影诞生的始末。

展览期间开眼Eyepetizer持续联合各合作伙伴推出「黑屋放映」和「开眼谈」两大活动板块,定期为观众带来各大国际电影节获奖和参展佳片展映以及与知名导演、分镜师、影评人等面对面交流对谈的机会。

希望此次展览,能为观众提供一个全方位了解电影艺术的机会,也让大众真正看到、体会到光影世界中,每一位造梦人的真诚付出。


「光影之前」黑屋放映特别场

《我与佛罗伦萨的谈话》+导演映后现场连线

2016年 悉尼世界电影节 最佳电影

*The screening is organized in partnership with Austrian Cultural Forum, Beijing.

地址:798 IOMA爱马思艺术中心三层放映厅
时间:2020/11/26 14:00
(免费放映,仅需购买展览门票)

又名: My Talk With Florence

导演: 保罗·波特

片长:129分钟

年份:2015

制片地区/国家: 奥地利

类型:剧情 / 惊悚 / 纪录片 / 传记

语言:德语,中文字幕

获奖情况:Best Cinema Documentary at Sydney World Film Festival 2016

简介:

这是一部极简主义的采访型纪录片,讲述了一件20世纪最令人不安的人生故事。 二战后弗洛伦萨因性和心理双方面的虐待离家出走,开始了犯罪和自由的流浪生活。她最终进入了由著名的维也纳行动主义艺术家奥托·穆尔领导奥地利反文化社区弗里德里希霍夫,她自己的孩子随后被带走,暴力和虐待循环继续。

这是一个女人的故事,她需要50年才学会说不。也是关于虐待、抗争和生存的口述史。这部电影是一个有准备的舞台演讲,源于佛罗伦萨和导演多年的友谊,在此期间,导演帮助佛罗伦萨从她过去的阴影中解放出来,并为她令人不安的故事找到一个发声的通道。

导演介绍:

保罗·波特是国际知名的奥地利导演、作家、哲学家、策展人和文化记者。他的作品入选2013年伊斯坦布尔双年展的国际政治电影经典,随后在伊斯坦布尔国际电影节、多维夫电影节和纽约现代艺术博物馆展出。《我与佛罗伦萨的谈话》是他的第三部电影纪录片。

 


翔凤文化节

成立于2013年,前身是中国国际女性影展,目前已经发展为包括电影、文学、漫画、艺术、音乐、广告创意等多领域的女性文化节,中文名“翔凤文化节”,取自“翔凤为林”之意;英文名“BATURU Cultural Festival”,取自文化节的国际共创女性漫画《BATURU》。文化节以艺术为载体引发公众对女性议题的探讨,增强公众对性别平等的意识。

开眼 App 是一个汇聚全球优质创作者的短视频内容社区,用每日精选自全球的高清短视频和新鲜资讯,为用户提供遍览全球的畅快体验。以传递先锋审美为理念,成功推出以展映和各领域名人对谈为主线的直播项目开眼「在现场」,以及「光影之前」电影分镜手稿主题展览。

本次放映感谢奥地利使馆文化处(北京)合作支持。

「光影之前」黑屋放映特别场预告|《天道》

开眼Eyepetizer 2020年倾力打造国内首个电影分镜手稿群展,携手国际国内顶尖导演,致敬电影诞生「125周年」。展览汇集了上百幅电影分镜手稿、动态分镜、手绘图等珍贵电影制作素材,揭秘电影诞生的始末。

展览期间开眼Eyepetizer持续联合各合作伙伴推出「黑屋放映」和「开眼谈」两大活动板块,定期为观众带来各大国际电影节获奖和参展佳片展映以及与知名导演、分镜师、影评人等面对面交流对谈的机会。

希望此次展览,能为观众提供一个全方位了解电影艺术的机会,也让大众真正看到、体会到光影世界中,每一位造梦人的真诚付出。


「光影之前」黑屋放映特别场

第22届金卫星奖电影部门 最佳外语片(提名)

《天道》*The screening is organized in partnership with Austrian Cultural Forum, Beijing.

地址:798 IOMA爱马思艺术中心三层放映厅

时间:2020/11/27 14:00

(免费放映,仅需购买展览门票)

又名: The Divine Order

导演: 佩特拉∙沃尔普

片长:96分钟

年份:2017

制片地区/国家: 瑞士

类型:剧情/喜剧

语言:德语,中文字幕

获奖情况:Audience Award for Best Narrative Film at the Tribeca Film Festival

简介:

一直到上世纪70 年代以前,瑞士的政治家和宗教领袖们都认为,出于“天道”,妇女没有投票等种种权力。 诺拉是一位年轻的家庭主妇,与她的丈夫和两个儿子生活在一个宁静的小村庄里,过着与世无争的生活。在这样的瑞士乡村里,即便是1968年5 月那一场浩大的政治运动也没能在当地居民中掀起什么风浪来。诺拉的生活本该不会受到任何影响——直到某一天,她突然决定要公开参加竞选,为妇女的权力奋斗。尽管受到种种挫折,也不被家人支持和理解,她仍坚持鼓动村子里的妇女们一同为自己应有的权力发声……

导演介绍:

佩特拉·比翁迪娜·沃尔普是一名瑞士职业女性电影人。她形容自己为“工人阶级家庭的孩子”,坦陈从做糕点师和农民的祖父母,到刚满二十岁就早早诞下自己的父母亲,历数数代,自己的家庭一直是典型的贫穷工人阶级家庭。在自己青春期开始对电影萌生兴趣,并最终决定将其选作自己一生的事业时,父母均表示了忧虑。但尽管如此,佩特拉还是坚持去上了艺术学校,并逐渐在电影界崭露头角。在创作中,佩特拉一直十分关注与女性话语,女性权力及女性身份相关的题材。其代表作品为讲述瑞士农妇如何走上争取女性投票权道路的剧情长片《天道》。

 


 

翔凤文化节

成立于2013年,前身是中国国际女性影展,目前已经发展为包括电影、文学、漫画、艺术、音乐、广告创意等多领域的女性文化节,中文名“翔凤文化节”,取自“翔凤为林”之意;英文名“BATURU Cultural Festival”,取自文化节的国际共创女性漫画《BATURU》。文化节以艺术为载体引发公众对女性议题的探讨,增强公众对性别平等的意识。

开眼 Eyepetizer

开眼 App 是一个汇聚全球优质创作者的短视频内容社区,用每日精选自全球的高清短视频和新鲜资讯,为用户提供遍览全球的畅快体验。以传递先锋审美为理念,成功推出以展映和各领域名人对谈为主线的直播项目开眼「在现场」,以及「光影之前」电影分镜手稿主题展览。

Gender Equality in the Film Industry – Welcome remarks

挪威大使馆副馆长Tom Knappskog出席并致辞:

Dear guests,

Thank you all for joining us here at the Norwegian Embassy for the event tonight about Gender Equality and female representation in the film industry.

The event tonight is co-organized between the Embassy and our partner Baturu International Culture Festival. The Embassy has cooperated with Baturu –formerly known as China Women’s Film Festival, for a number of years and on a variety of projects. We are happy about our solid cooperation and relationship, something that we highly value. We applaud you for having, and keeping, a strong focus on women’s rights throughout the years– and especially for highlighting women and female voices in creative industries and art! Thank you to the founder Li Dan, and to Tanya, for your efforts and dedicated work.
Gender equality is a cross-cutting issue for all activities of the Embassy, and it is important in our cultural work, in what we do to promote business and trade, in development work and for human rights and political issues.

Art and culture are expressions that build society. In a world where the public sphere is becoming increasingly fragmented, art and culture shape and strengthen the societal structure around us.

Films, in particular, have the potential to touch people in ways that media and politics cannot, and they can shed new lights on topics – and make us see things from a different perspective than we normally would.

We live in societies that are diverse and multicultural – in terms on ethnicity, culture, social class, sexual orientation, gender identity and age. And films reflect this fact. Lack of insight into each other’s point of view leads to polarization and reinforces what separates us.

Having female voices present in the film industry – in any industry, is important not only for gender equality’s sake – but because variation leads to new thinking, innovation and creativity. Better content – and better films!

Tonight we are going to listen to two keynote speakers from Norway and two from China. First Aesha Ullah, project manager for the Norwegian Film Institute’s UP project and then Maria Bock – Norwegian actress and director. Director Bai Xue cannot be with us tonight, but we are happy and honoured to have Wang Yanyun, an independent artist, producer and director, as well as Lin Meiru – scriptwriter for the film “The Crossing”.

We are looking forward to the exchanges and discussion tonight – and hope you will all enjoy yourselves. Thank you!

FILM: MY Talk With Florence

The Baturu Cultural Festival in partnership with Austrian Cultural Forum, Beijing and Eyepetizer will hold a screening of a film by Paul Poet “My Talk With Florence” at IOMA Art Centre. The screening will be followed by an online Q&A session with Paul Poet.

Date and time:  26 November, 2020
Venue:  IOMA Art Centre, Chaoyang District, Jiuxianqiao Road, 2, Section D, 01
Partners: Austrian Cultural Forum, Eyepetizer platform

Title:  My Talk With Florence

Director:  Paul Poet

Runtime: 129 min

Year:  2015

Country:  Austria

Genre: Documentary

Language:  German with Chinese subtitles

Stars:  Florence Burnier-Bauer, Paul Poet

Award: Best Cinema Documentary at Sydney World Film Festival 2016

A minimalist interview-film, dealing with one of the most disturbing life-stories of the 20th Century. Florence fled from the sexual and psychological abuse by her post-war bourgeois home into a vagabond life of crime and freedom. She ended up in the Austrian counterculture community Friedrichshof, led by the infamous Vienna Actionism-Artist Otto Mühl, where her own children were subsequently taken away and the cycle of violence and mistreatment continued. This is the narrative of a woman who needed 50 years to learn to say No. An oral history about abuse, resistance and survival.

This film is a prepared staged talk that grew out of many years of friendship between Florence and Paul Poet, during which the director helped Florence to liberate herself from the ghost of her past and find a voice for her troubling story.

Paul Poet is an internationally acclaimed Austrian film director and author, studied philosopher, curator and culture journalist. Poet was selected into a canon of international political cinema by the Biennale Istanbul in 2013 with following showcases at Istanbul IFF, Doc Aviv and at MoMA New York. “My Talk with Florence” is his third cinema documentary.