Argus is hosting a Film Festival!
If you missed last week, don’t worry!
Every Thursday in April Argus is showing a series of award winning films from the LISBON FILM FESTIVAL in Portugal. Thanks to Do You Mean Architecture we are able to bring these amazing films to BK, and we can’t wait to share them with you!
Each evening a grouping of three films will be shown that range in length, topic and location. The diverse group of winners highlights the possibilities of combining architecture and cinema and questions if one can really exist without the other.
The films are are of three genres: Fiction, Documentary and Experimental. In addition to many Portuguese films (all with English subtitles) there is a wide range of international films coming all the way from Finland to Spain. The films will start at 18h in ROOM R with a short introduction from a faculty member and will end with the opportunity for discussion.
So come join us for some great movies on Thursday nights in April. Drinks and popcorn will be available.
For more information about the films you can consult the fliers around school (and for your convenience, also included below).
Come to one, or come to all of them! We don’t care, we just hope to see you there!
Thursday April 16
In Medias Res, The Singer, and The Column
(introduction by Eireen Schreurs)
Thursday April 23
Ashes, Bicicleta, and Houses for all
Thursday April 30
(and closing discussion/debate by Sofia Mourato).