Manifesto is still on tour and we have found more screenings around the globe.
Starting with Europe, the movie is going to Poland next week, at the FONOMO Music & Film Festival in Bydgoszcz: single screening on October 19.
The movie will be also broadcasted in UK cinemas on November 15 in a live edition from the Tate Modern. More info here. The movie will open in UK on November 24.
Manifesto is also part of the first Nice (France) Biennale, with a single screening on November 19. More infos here.
On the other side of the pond, Manifesto is set as partecipating at the 15th Morelia International Film Festival (Mexico), even if it’s not in the official selection. We’ll keep you posted.
Manifesto’s installation is going to Canada next year: the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art will host the exhibition from October 2018 to January 2019.
A quick reminder to our Italian friends: the movie is opening in 12 days in selected cinemas, the official poster it’s been released. Enjoy!
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Back to the news, thanks to Crowbark Marchett (fan), the full video of the Q&A with Cate Blanchett and Julian Rosefeldt during the 61st BFI London Film Festival is available to watch. Enjoy!
There is also a video from the talk after Manifesto screening
Credits: Crowbark Marchett
Cate Blanchett and director Julian Rosefeldt attended the BFI London Film Festival’s talks’ series LFF Connects on Friday night (October 6) in London, England. Both artists were there to discuss their collaboration on the critically acclaimed, 13-channel video installation Manifesto, a deconstruction of art manifestos and a call for original thought, which has been adapted and reassembled as a 90-minute feature that premiered at the LFF. Here are some photos:
Good morning! Manifesto is opening in several cinemas around the world in October and November: in the wait we have more screenings to report. In a chronological order:
– October 7 and 9: Haarlem, Netherlands, more infos here
– October 17: Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario, Canada), more infos here
– October 21: Walker Art Center of Minneapolis, more infos here, thanks to Jean Gilbert for the news
– October 28: Burlington hosts the Vermont International Film Festival, more info here
– November 28: Rovereto, Italy, more infos here
The movie is going to the Cinefest at the Regent Theatre of Picton (Ontario, Canada), to be screened once on October 16; Manifesto is in competion in the Nouvelles Vagues section at the Festival International du Film de La Roche-Sur-Yon (October 16-22, La Roche-Sur-Ryon, France), marking the French premiere of the movie, that will screen twice: on October 19 and October 21.
The movie is also set to open in German cinemas on November 23rd, and there are two new images from the set, thanks to the Brazilian promotion of the movie. (The first image it’s a wider unwritten version of one of the very first shot from behind the scenes)
We have just found out that Manifesto has been screened twice at the 1st El Gouna Film Festival (Egypt), which is about to close in two days.
The 19th Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival/ Festival do Rio has revealed its lineup for this year edition and the film version of Manifesto featuring Cate Blanchettt in 13 characters directed by Julian Rosefeldt is among the films to be screened in Brazil for the first time. The festival takes place from 5 to 15 October, then, on October 26th, Manifesto will open in other cities around the country.
Also, the Parool film festival (Paff – Amsterdam, Netherlands – October 4-8, 2017) has published its schedule for Manifesto. There are several screening dates! Thanks to Irina from Fab Cate Blanchett on Twitter for sending this information.
More infos about Manifesto in Parool Film Fest >> paff.nl/manifesto/
Brazilian Poster for Manifesto