© Suzan Noesen


We are delighted to announce our ongoing collaboration with Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain who are not only hosting our Festival Headquarters for the second year running but also screening two back-to-back documentaries in our ‘Collaborations’ strand.

Their experimental documentary choices take two very different approaches to intergenerational division and similarities, from a personal look at a granddaughter-grandmother relationship to a broader look at the societal shift since 1968.

Livre d'heures (LU, 2018), by Susan Noesen, explores the daily experience of intergenerational cohabitation, inspired by the artist’s experience of living with her grandmother in a Luxembourgish village.
After the screening, director Suzan Noesen will answer any questions you may have about her film.

Set against a montage of news clips, advertising campaigns and internet snippets, César Vayssié’s wordless experimental film, Don’t Work (1968 – 2018) (FR, 2018) reflects on the changes that have taken place since May 1968 through the lives of two art students in contemporary Paris.

Friday, 8th March 2019, 6.30pm at Ciné Utopia.
Tickets are valid for the screening of both films.

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