OUR IMAGES AND YOUR IMAGES OF US
OCT 22 / 10.00 pm, Cinema Ideal

De Groof uses the words of Aimé Césaire to imagine what the masks of a film seen as colonial propaganda would say. In Golden Jubilee, the intrinsic relations between colonialism in Goa and current surveillance are exposed. Seasick questions: How many Black people are in this room? Kirchenbauer discusses the classist structure reproduced by art institutions. Pride re-enacts the printing of an issue of this student magazine from Charlottesville.

OUR IMAGES AND YOUR IMAGES OF US 2
OCT 24 / 3.45 pm, São Jorge 3
OCT 28 / 8.00 pm, São Jorge 3

Three films reflecting upon the way in which image and speech control relate to one another. Dallas is a Fire exposes the racist speech in the archives of the Dallas TV in 1970. Sent to Lie investigates the surveillance methods applied to the Qom indigenous community with the argument of preventing COVID-19. In Non-Stop, there’s an attempt to build over history and beyond the inaccessible images.

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