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Hessen Film and Media Academy (hFMA)
address: Hermann-Steinhäuser-Straße 43-47, 2.Fl
63065 Offenbach am Main
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Managing Director
Anja Henningsmeyer (Monday to Thursday) - a.henningsmeyer(at)hfmakademie.de

Employees:
Csongor Dobrotka (Wednesday) – dobrotka(at)hfmakademie.de
Lara Nahrwold (Monday to Tuesday) – nahrwold(at)hfmakademie.de
Celina Schimmer (Monday to Thursday) – schimmer(at)hfmakademie.de

Event

Lecture & Film: BELLE DE JOUR

Achtung, veränderte Öffnungszeiten! Alle Veranstaltungen ab Dezember 2022 beginnen um 20 Uhr!

In der „Lecture & Film“-Reihe Kino am Abgrund der Moderne führen namhafte Expert:innen aus Europa und den USA in die vielfältigen Facetten von Buñuels Werk ein. 
Termin:
Donnerstag, 26. Januar 2023, 20 Uhr im Kino des DFF

Film: BELLE DE JOUR (Schöne des Tages), Frankreich/Italien...

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Achtung, veränderte Öffnungszeiten! Alle Veranstaltungen ab Dezember 2022 beginnen um 20 Uhr!

In der „Lecture & Film“-Reihe Kino am Abgrund der Moderne führen namhafte Expert:innen aus Europa und den USA in die vielfältigen Facetten von Buñuels Werk ein. 


Termin:
Donnerstag, 26. Januar 2023, 20 Uhr im Kino des DFF

Film: BELLE DE JOUR (Schöne des Tages), Frankreich/Italien 1967, 101 Min.


Lecture: Kristoffer Noheden (Stockholm)
"Dreams of Desire: Belle de jour, Eros and Surrealist Cinema"
Vortrag in englischer Sprache


In his autobiography, My Last Breath (1982), Luis Buñuel recalls his discovery of the writings of the Marquis de Sade: “I was about twenty-five when I read The 120 Days of Sodom for the first time, and I must admit I found it far more shocking than Darwin.” BELLE DE JOUR (1967) is one of the many films that demonstrate Buñuel’s persistent interest in the bewildering mechanisms of desire. The film was made parallel to a minor wave of surrealist features and in the wake of contemporaneous investigations into desire. The continued significance of desire and sexuality for surrealism was demonstrated by the large international exhibition EROS at the Galérie Daniel Cordier in Paris in 1959–60. The exhibition furthered the movement’s fascination with de Sade, but it also probed desire as a multifaceted phenomenon. Buñuel’s Sadean L’ÂGE D’OR (1930) was screened as part of a film program shown in conjunction with EROS. But perhaps it is BELLE DE JOUR, with its emphasis on a woman’s explorations of eroticism, that is closest in spirit to EROS.

Kristoffer Noheden is a research fellow at Stockholm University, where he also teaches cinema studies and visual studies. He is the author of Surrealism, Cinema, and the Search for a New Myth (2017), and has published extensively on surrealism in art, film and literature.

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