KAMENI PUT ZA DABLIN
I PRAVLJENJE FILMA KAMENI PUT
ZA DABLIN

MESTO: Kinoteka, Kosovska 11
DATUM: 15.3.2019
VREME: 17:00
KARTE: 350 rsd

Kameni put za Dablin je dokumentarni film iz 1967. godine irskog novinara Pitera Lenona i francuskog direktora fotografije Raula Kutara, u kome su ova dva stvaraoca ispitali savremeno stanje u Republici Irskoj, postavljajući pitanje “Šta se dešava nakon što revolucija uspe?” Dokumentarac je provokativan portret koji razotkriva Irsku šezdesetih godina, društvo koje je karakterisao zatupljujući obrazovni sistem, moralno represivno i politički reakcionarno sveštenstvo, uskogrud kulturni nacionalizam i vlada koja nije pravila jasnu razliku između crkve i države. Film nije mogao zvanično da bude zabranjen, ali je irska vlada sprečila njegovo prikazivanje na nacionalnoj televiziji I bioskopima. Ta de facto zabrana, ostala je na snazi više od trideset godina – izuzev par prikazivanja tokom devedesetih – sve do 2004.godine kada su Irish Board film i Loopline film produkcije uspele da ga obnove.

Projekcija ‘Pravljenja filma Kameni Put za Dablin’ će biti odmah posle. Sé Merry Doyle (Loopline Films) će odgovoriti na pitanja.

THE ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN
& THE MAKING OF THE ROCKY
ROAD TO DUBLIN

VENUE: Kinoteka, Kosovska 11
DATE: 15.03.2019
TIME: 17:00
TICKETS: 350 rsd

“What do you do with your revolution once you’ve got it?” ‘is the question asked by the landmark 1967 documentary film, Rocky Road to Dublin. Directed by Irish-born journalist Peter Lennon and French cinematographer Raoul Coutard, (Camera man & long time collaborator with Jean-Luc Godard) it examines the contemporary state of the Republic of Ireland, 50 years after the Uprising (1916). The answer, and documentary, is a provocative and revealing portrait of Ireland in the 1960s, a society suffocating under a stultifying educational system, a morally repressive and politically reactionary clergy, a blind cultural nationalism, and a government which seemingly knew no boundary between church and state. It will be no surprise to learn then that while the film could not be officially banned, a paternalistic Irish government prevented it from being screened in cinemas or by state broadcaster (RTÉ). The de facto ban remained in place for more than thirty years – This memorable film was restored in 2004 by the Irish Film Board and Loopline Films, and a short documentary, The Making of the Rocky Road to Dublin will be screened following the feature.

Sé Merry Doyle (Loopline FIlms) will be presented at the screening and answer questions after.