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Film, conflict, representation: a discussion with Milcho Manchevski

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Day 2 of 2: screening + talk

On Monday 2 December Academy-Award nominated Macedonian-American director Milcho Manchevski will be in Cambridge to talk about film and the lines between truth and fiction, self and the other. As well as — of course — to take your questions.

Milcho Manchevski has directed four features (Before the Rain, Dust, Shadows, Mothers) and 50 short forms (Tennessee for Arrested Development, Thursday, etc). He has won over 40 international awards, including the Golden Lion for Best Film in Venice. The New York Times included Before the Rain on its list of 1,000 best films ever made, and Rolling Stone put Tennessee on its list of 100 best videos ever made.

  • On Saturday 30 November at 4 pm, we will screen Mothers, Milcho Manchevski’s latest triptych. Venue: Audit Room (Old Lodge) in King’s College. [trailer]
  • On Monday 2 December at 5 pm, we will screen Before the Rain. Venue: Umney Theatre in Robinson College. [trailer] The talk commences right after the film, followed by Q&A.

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