Shorts Program (2001-2007)

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Films of Pedro CostaFilms of Pedro Costa

Shorts Program (2001-2007)

  1. Friday, October 7, 2011 3:00 p.m.
Pedro Costa

Jonathan Rosenbaum of the Chicago Reader suggests,“Costa’s films are the cinema of the future, partly becauseof their intimate scale. As we get to know them better,they steadily grow in stature.” As we get to know Costa’s feature films, it is important to also see the shorts, in which the people and sites in Costa’s features become better acquainted. The series includes:

6 Bagatelas (2001)—Six unused scenes from Where Does Your Hidden Smile Lie? are put into a new context. (35mm. 18 min. Not rated. Portuguese language with English subtitles.)
Ne change rien (2005)—Costa’s camera is captivated by the enigmatic French actress Jeanne Balibar, setting the stage for the feature of the same name. (35mm. 11 min. Not rated. Portuguese language with English subtitles.)
Tarrafal (2007)—This short premiered at Cannes, as part of the collective film The State of the World, and returns to Cape Verde and a site where political dissidents were tortured and killed for 40 years. (35mm. 16 min. Not rated. Portuguese language with English subtitles.)
The Rabbit Hunters (2007)—A semi-sequel to Colossal Youth, the film breaks down boundaries between the real and the surreal. (35mm. 23 min. Not rated. Portuguese language with English subtitles.)