34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL

ARBEITER VERLASSEN DIE FABRIK

(WORKERS LEAVING THE FACTORY)

by Harun Farocki
1995
36'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Four films offer brilliant versions of the history of cinema, highlighting the recurrence of topical scenes, the charm of certain gestures, the return of visual flows, the magic and the science of editing. Harun Farocki, originally a Filmkritik reviewer, traverses in a surprising way the huge archive of images produced by cinema, extracting concepts through which we question the world.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

20 November 2016
19:30
The screening will be introduced by Antje Ehmann
21 November 2016
09:00

AUGE/MASCHINE II

(EYE/MACHINE II)

by Harun Farocki
2002
16'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Three fundamental works dedicated to the production of chemical weapons during the Vietnam War, aerial photography during WWII, and smart bombs during the Gulf War, respectively. By mixing narrative voices and archival images, stories and documents, Farocki develops a crucial discussion on the role images have played in warfare, right from the start.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

22 November 2016
17:45
The screening will be introduced by Christa Blümlinger
24 November 2016
09:00

BILDER DER WELT UND INSCHRIFT DES KRIEGES

(IMAGES OF THE WORLD AND THE INSCRIPTION OF WAR)

by Harun Farocki
1988
74'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Three fundamental works dedicated to the production of chemical weapons during the Vietnam War, aerial photography during WWII, and smart bombs during the Gulf War, respectively. By mixing narrative voices and archival images, stories and documents, Farocki develops a crucial discussion on the role images have played in warfare, right from the start.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

22 November 2016
17:45
The screening will be introduced by Christa Blümlinger
24 November 2016
09:00

DER AUSDRUCK DER HÄNDE

(THE EXPRESSION OF HANDS)

by Harun Farocki
1997
30'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Four films offer brilliant versions of the history of cinema, highlighting the recurrence of topical scenes, the charm of certain gestures, the return of visual flows, the magic and the science of editing. Harun Farocki, originally a Filmkritik reviewer, traverses in a surprising way the huge archive of images produced by cinema, extracting concepts through which we question the world.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

20 November 2016
19:30
The screening will be introduced by Antje Ehmann
21 November 2016
09:00

EIN BILD

(AN IMAGE)

by Harun Farocki
1983
25'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Four films about images and the nature of the devices with which they are produced: Playboy photography at a studio, cinema at an editing table, surveillance cameras at a prison, and videogames used in a military context. An heir of Vertov, close to Marker and Godard, Farocki makes short and illuminating forays into how the audiovisual culture intersects politics, technology and war.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

21 November 2016
19:15
The screening will be introduced by Thomas Elsaesser
23 November 2016
09:00

ERNSTE SPIELE I: WATSON IST HIN

(SERIOUS GAMES I: WATSON IS DOWN)

by Harun Farocki
2010
8'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Four films about images and the nature of the devices with which they are produced: Playboy photography at a studio, cinema at an editing table, surveillance cameras at a prison, and videogames used in a military context. An heir of Vertov, close to Marker and Godard, Farocki makes short and illuminating forays into how the audiovisual culture intersects politics, technology and war.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

21 November 2016
19:15
The screening will be introduced by Thomas Elsaesser
23 November 2016
09:00

ERNSTE SPIELE II: DREI TOT

(SERIOUS GAMES II: THREE DEAD)

by Harun Farocki
2009
8'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Four films about images and the nature of the devices with which they are produced: Playboy photography at a studio, cinema at an editing table, surveillance cameras at a prison, and videogames used in a military context. An heir of Vertov, close to Marker and Godard, Farocki makes short and illuminating forays into how the audiovisual culture intersects politics, technology and war.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

21 November 2016
19:15
The screening will be introduced by Thomas Elsaesser
23 November 2016
09:00

GEGEN-MUSIK

(COUNTER-MUSIC)

by Harun Farocki
2005
25'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Four films offer brilliant versions of the history of cinema, highlighting the recurrence of topical scenes, the charm of certain gestures, the return of visual flows, the magic and the science of editing. Harun Farocki, originally a Filmkritik reviewer, traverses in a surprising way the huge archive of images produced by cinema, extracting concepts through which we question the world.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

20 November 2016
19:30
The screening will be introduced by Antje Ehmann
21 November 2016
09:00

ICH GLAUBTE GEFANGENE ZU SEHEN

(I THOUGHT I WAS SEEING CONVICTS)

by Harun Farocki
2000
25'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Four films about images and the nature of the devices with which they are produced: Playboy photography at a studio, cinema at an editing table, surveillance cameras at a prison, and videogames used in a military context. An heir of Vertov, close to Marker and Godard, Farocki makes short and illuminating forays into how the audiovisual culture intersects politics, technology and war.

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Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

21 November 2016
19:15
The screening will be introduced by Thomas Elsaesser
23 November 2016
09:00

NICHT LÖSCHBARES FEUER

(INEXTINGUISHABLE FIRE)

by Harun Farocki
1969
22'
Germany

Section:

  • 34° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL
  • ONDE/HARUN FAROCKI

Three fundamental works dedicated to the production of chemical weapons during the Vietnam War, aerial photography during WWII, and smart bombs during the Gulf War, respectively. By mixing narrative voices and archival images, stories and documents, Farocki develops a crucial discussion on the role images have played in warfare, right from the start.

Read all

Cinema Massimo - Sala 3

22 November 2016
17:45
The screening will be introduced by Christa Blümlinger
24 November 2016
09:00