Bard SummerScape Presents
Film Festival: Stravinsky's Legacy and Russian Émigré CinemaNo 20th-century composer has had a greater impact on cinema than the protean, perpetually adventurous Igor Stravinsky. To provide an appropriately multifaceted exploration of Stravinsky’s world and legacy, the SummerScape 2013 Film Festival will be broken into two overlapping parts: a retrospective of Russian émigré filmmaking and a series of films influenced by the composer’s work.
East to West: Russian Émigrés Abroad
|July 12||7 pm||The Red Shoes|
|July 13||2 pm||The Lion of the Moguls|
|July 14||3 pm||Double Love and L'or des mers|
|July 19||7 pm||The Burning Brazier and Passing Shadows|
|July 20||2 pm||The Late Mathias Pascal|
|7 pm||The Lower Depths|
|July 21||2 pm||The Living Image|
|5:30 pm||The New Gentlemen|
The Cinematic Legacy of Stravinsky, Part One
|July 26||7 pm||L'inhumaine|
|July 27||2 pm||Rapt, Autumn Mists, andChanson d'Armor|
|6:30 pm||The Truth and Altair|
|9 pm||Pierrot le fou|
The Cinematic Legacy of Stravinsky, Part Two
|August 2||7 pm||Les bonnes femmes|
|9 pm||La cérémonie|
|August 3||2 pm||Orpheus|
|7 pm||La belle noiseuse and Three Homerics|
All films screening on rare or archival 35mm prints unless otherwise specified.
This series is made possible by a special grant from the Cultural Services of the French Embassy (New York). Special thanks to Delphine Selles-Alvarez, Emilie Cauquy, Caroline Patte, and Alexandre Khondji.
Program subject to change.