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Photo Gallery - Cinema Diverse 2022

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Identifier

01AAC-04-2022-01-IMG-01

Format

IMG

Title

Photo Gallery - Cinema Diverse 2022

Date (s) of description

02-11-2023

Year (YYYY)

1900

Extent and medium of the unit of description

7 pictures

Name of main creator (s)

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Archival history

Date : 11 June 2022 - 12 June 2022
Location: Auditorium on 5 floor

Note of Activity/ Exhibition’s Participants or Sponsors

The Japan Foundation, Bangkok, Goethe-Institute Thailand, the Embassy of Spain in Bangkok, and the Embassy of France in Bangkok.

Scope and content

Cinema Diverse 2022 presents 4 films that represent 4 countries in the context of environment, in accordance with the BACC’s main exhibition titled Crossover II: The Nature of Relationships, which is on view from May - September 2022. Apart from watching the films, the audiences are also invited to join discussions with speakers on various topics related to the films. The program will take place on 11th - 12th June 2022 at the Auditorium, 5th floor, BACC.

In this 9th edition of Cinema Diverse, the BACC establish partnership with international art and cultural organisations including the Japan Foundation, Bangkok, Goethe-Institut Thailand, the Embassy of Spain in Thailand, and the Embassy of France in Thailand, with the support from the Embassy of Luxembourg in Thailand, the Delegation of the European Union to Thailand, and Institut Français (IFcinema). The audiences will be presented with a selection of foreign films that depict different dimensions of the environment that surrounds us; such as, a sense of place, interaction with social change, examination of human behavior, and coping with loss. In between the screening of the 1st and 2nd film of each day, there will be a talk session with the speakers who will discuss and exchange ideas on various implications that are hidden within the films. Bangkok Art and Culture Centre hopes that this program will be a platform for engaging dialogue between speakers and audiences to learn and understand the phenomena that occur between humans and the environment. Saturday 11 June 2022

1st Film : Mori, the Artist’s Habitat (2018) 99 mins
2nd Film : Good bye, Lenin! (2003) 121 mins
Speakers : Artch Bunnag Pornchai Viriyaprapanon (Nara) Sunday 12 June 2022
1st Film : Fire Will Come (O que arde) (2019) 85 mins
2nd Film : Bloody Milk (Petit Paysan) (2017) 90 mins
Speakers : Asst. Prof. Penpisa Sirivoranart, Ph.D. Asst. Prof. Nattasuda Taephant, Ph.D. Kulvadee Thongpibul, Ph.D.

Organised by Arts Activity Department, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, in partnership with the Japan Foundation, Bangkok, Goethe-Institut Thailand, the Embassy of Spain in Bangkok, and the Embassy of France in Bangkok.

Language/ scripts of material

Thai

Copyright

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Rules or conventions

ISAD (G)

Specific access points

Cinema Diverse 2022

Keywords

Cinema

Level of description: Fond, Series, File, Item

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