Thursday night films


A series of films, and discussion.

The screenings offer an aesthetic, civic and idiosyncratic context to the thematics of the course.



Πάνος Κούρος


Γιάννης Παπαδόπουλος


>May, 14, 2020

Eva Stefani, Athene, 1995, United Kingdom, 37 min.

A documentary shot in the central Larisa railway station, over four weeks, during the summer of 1995. The subject of the film is the people that hang around in the station at night: soldiers, homeless, poets, sport-fans and migrants that have just arrived in the country. Adopting the timeline of a night, the film records the atmosphere and the relations that are created from the coexistence of such diverse worlds.

>May, 7, 2020


Józef Robakowski, Z mojego okna (From My Window) Poland, 1978–1999. 19:02 min

Emily Jacir, 24 marzo 2020 (dalla mia finestra)


May, 7, 2020

Ελένη Αλεξανδράκη, Ο πιο γλυκός μισάνθρωπος-Κωστής Παπαγιώργης, 2018,  Ελλάδα, 92 min.


>April, 23, 2020

Yuki Okumura, The Man Who, Belgium, 2018, 116 min.

A series of interviews conducted by Yuki Okumura in Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Ostend and Paris in December 2018
and January and February 2019. This film contains memories, or description of memories, of “him,” narrated by
the nine participating individuals: Marja Bloem, Michel Claura, Herman Daled, Michele Didier, Rudi Fuchs, Yves Gevaert, Kasper Konig, Jean-Hubert Martin, Phillip Van den Bossche.


>April, 16, 2020

Sammy Baloji and Filip De Boeck, The Tower, a concrete utopia, Belgium, 2015, 70 min.

This video offers a guided tour by ‘Docteur’, the owner and creator of a remarkable building in the municipality of Limete, in Kinshasa (the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo). Conceived and realized by ‘Docteur’ without the help of any professional architects, the construction of this as yet unfinished tower was started in 2003.

The Doctor’s guided tour through this enigmatic and planned building offers a reflection on the legacy of colonial modernist architecture in Kinshasa, the social after lives of colonialist infrastructure, and different historical and contemporary utopian visions of the city. In this way Baloji and De Boeck do not only comment upon the degradation of colonial infrastructure but also explore the ways in which the city continues to reformulate these earlier propositions and to read new openings, possibilities and alternative utopian visions into the very ruination of the urban material fabric.


>April, 9, 2020

Καλλιόπη Λεγάκη, Ηλίας Πετρόπουλος: Ένας κόσμος υπόγειος, Ελλάδα, 2005, 61 min





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