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Sunday 21-04-2019

Cinéma Dérive: Double Feature (Secret Screening)

Doors open: 18:30
Starts: 19:00 hrs
Entrance: 5

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Jeffrey Babcock curates and hosts a double feature of rarely-screened gems. Titles and descriptions TBA in our newsletter. Subscribe.


First film @ 19:00
 
Approximately 80 minutes. In Serbo-Croatian w. English subtitles.
 
Second film @ 20:45
 
Approximately 100 minutes. In Spanish w/ English subtitles.
 
Bar opens @ 18:30
€3 entry for one film or €4 for both

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Tuesday 23-04-2019

Life Drawing / Model Tekenen

Starts: 19:00 hrs
Entrance: 10

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Tuesday 23-04-2019

Varda: Faces Places (Visages Villages)

Doors open: 18:30
Starts: 19:00 hrs
Entrance: 5

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Last month, the film world lost a giant with the passing of Agnès Varda. With a career spanning seven decades and dozens of features, shorts, and documentaries, Varda produced a vast body of work that influenced and evolved with the cinematic art form. Our program highlights just a handful of films, from her trailblazing days as a key figure in the French New Wave to her introspective late career documentaries. Tonight Faces Places (2017), Varda's collaborative documentary with street artist JR.

 

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88-year-old filmmaker Agnès Varda teams up with street artist JR to travel the French countryside. Together they meet everyday people and make large scale portraits for public exhibition on the streets and walls where they live. Over the course of their journey, a friendship develops and Varda looks to her past, while contemplating her own mortality. Directed in collaboration with JR, Varda's penultimate film is a big-hearted and gently moving road movie. The eccentric Varda and her affable companion make an irresistible odd couple, stoking each other's curiosity and creativity. Completed just two years before her passing, Faces Places (Visages Villages) finds Varda returning to her roots as a photographer and looking inward, while never losing keen sight of the world around her. Watch the trailer.

 
Directed by Agnès Varda and JR, 2017, France, 89 minutes. In French w/ English subtitles
 
Bar opens @ 18:30
€5 entry
 

Tuesday 23-04-2019

Women's Work: Satan Said Dance

Starts: 21:00 hrs

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Cinema of the Dam'd is proud to present Women's Work, an ongoing series of recent films by emerging female directors. Tonight we take a look at Kasia Roslaniec's fascinating, fragmented character study Satan Said Dance (2017).

 

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Karolina (Magdalena Berus), a hedonistic young writer, celebrates the success of her new novel. Drifting between lovers, her life is a dizzying blur of casual sex and hard partying, fueled by cocaine and booze. But beneath her carefree image, Karolina struggles with addiction, eating disorders, and loneliness. Kasia Roslaniec's striking character study is composed of 54 short vignettes, from which a fragmented narrative unfolds like a sideways scroll through a stranger's Instagram stories. Deploying the 1:1 aspect ratio used on social media sites, Roslaniec keeps Berus' gutsy performance tightly in the frame, while suggesting the limits of a life lived in the public eye. Fusing smartphone aesthetics with cinematic form, Satan Said Dance is both a bold storytelling experiment and a canny critique of the selfie generation. Watch the trailer.

 
Directed by Kasia Roslaniec, 2017, Poland/Netherlands, 97 minutes. In Polish & English w/ English subtitles. 
 
€5 entry

Wednesday 24-04-2019

Pub Quiz of the Dam'd

Starts: 20:00 hrs
Entrance: 2

 

 

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Gather your geekiest friends and join us for another Dam'd Pub Quiz night. Our trivia guru has selected 8 rounds of questions, ranging from current events and world history, to science, geography, literature (and of course) cinema. Compete for a chance to win fabulous prizes. 5 people per team maximum. 

 
€2 entry includes complimentary popcorn.

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Thursday 25-04-2019

Fiesta Latina: Primavera

Starts: 21:00 hrs
Entrance: 5 euro

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Dance the night away for a good cause! Two top Latin DJs Fonky Mierda and Masajero de Piez, a salsa dance workshop, and snacks 'al estilo Latino'.

This party is organized for educate., a grassroots non-profit organisation that works to empower children and young people in Honduras through supporting community-driven educational developtment projects.

Friday 26-04-2019

OT301 King's Night

Style: Dubstep / Drum&Bass / Jungle / Electro / Acid / Hardcore
Starts: 22:00 hrs
Entrance: 7 euro door + presale - 5 euro (until 22:30h)

eMel (Dosis Decibel)
No28 (OT301) /// Rain Petit
Sinistah (Cheecky Monday)
Power vs Power (OT301)
 

 

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Expect an eclectic line-up of local underground DJ's!
Benefit party for sound insulation improvemnets at the OT301.
Art work by: Noise Worx Studio

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Tuesday 30-04-2019

Life Drawing / Model Tekenen

Starts: 19:00 hrs
Entrance: 10

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Tuesday 30-04-2019

Women's Work: Satan Said Dance

Starts: 21:00 hrs

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Cinema of the Dam'd is proud to present Women's Work, an ongoing series of recent films by emerging female directors. Tonight we take a look at Kasia Roslaniec's fascinating, fragmented character study Satan Said Dance (2017).

 

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Long description:

Karolina (Magdalena Berus), a hedonistic young writer, celebrates the success of her new novel. Drifting between lovers, her life is a dizzying blur of casual sex and hard partying, fueled by cocaine and booze. But beneath her carefree image, Karolina struggles with addiction, eating disorders, and loneliness. Kasia Roslaniec's striking character study is composed of 54 short vignettes, from which a fragmented narrative unfolds like a sideways scroll through a stranger's Instagram stories. Deploying the 1:1 aspect ratio used on social media sites, Roslaniec keeps Berus' gutsy performance tightly in the frame, while suggesting the limits of a life lived in the public eye. Fusing smartphone aesthetics with cinematic form, Satan Said Dance is both a bold storytelling experiment and a canny critique of the selfie generation. Watch the trailer.

 
Directed by Kasia Roslaniec, 2017, Poland/Netherlands, 97 minutes. In Polish & English w/ English subtitles. 
 
€5 entry