New Boundaries: World Cinema in Africa, Asia, Latin America (1990’s)

A film by Mark Cousins

Few saw it coming, but cinema around the world in the 90s entered a golden age. The story starts in Iran, where we meet Abbas Kiarostami, who rethought movie making and made it more real. Then we meet Shinya Tsukamoto, who laid the ground for the bold new Japanese horror cinema. From Tokyo, the story moves to Paris where one of the world’s greatest directors, Claire Denis, talks exclusively about her work. The story ends in Mexico with the blossoming of its new films.

 

Technical Information

Production Year
2011
Country of Production
United Kingdom
Language
English

Past Screenings (since April 2nd, 2009)

Sunday, Nov 18, 2012
10:30am
Saturday, Nov 17, 2012
10:30am

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