The screenings of the titles included in the Festival to remember the works and figure of the Belgian filmmaker Chantal Akerman, recently deceased, begin on Tuesday, March 7. Akerman, who was a member of the 2008 Festival’s jury, left behind “an original and rule-concession-free life’s work”, in Luis Miranda’s words, “a rule-free feminist in a deep sense.”
From her filmography, the Festival has selected different periods in time: Je, Tu, Il, Elle (Belgium, France, 1974, 86 min.), Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai Du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (Belgium, France, 1975, 201 min.) and No Home Movie (Belgium, France, 2015, 115 min.). Je, Tu, Il, Elle’s first showing will be at 5pm at the Monopol Multiplex’s 5th screen.