Cinergy with Yves Cape
Belgian director of photography Yves Cape is coming to Prague to talk about his work, style and coopeation with French director Bruno Dumant, Claire Denis or Leos Carax.
25. 11./ 17:30/ Yves Cape is interviewed by film journalist Jakub Felcman.
Belgian director of photography Yves Cape is known foremost thanks to the long lasting cooperation with extravagant French director Bruno Dumant (Humanité, Flanders, Outside Satan). He also worked with Claire Denis (White Material), Leos Carax (Holy Motors) or freshly with awarded Michel Franco (Chronic). Master Class is held in English with free entry.
25. 11./ 20:30/ Screeening of film Chronic, dir. Michel Franco, 2015
David is a nurse who works with terminally ill patients. Efficient and dedicated to his
profession, he develops strong – even intimate – relationships with each person he cares for. But outside of his work David is ineffectual, awkward and reserved. He needs each patient as much as they need him. For years he has carried a burden of guilt and remorse. Now the weight has grown unbearable – David must return and face his past in order to heal.
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