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Film screening|Artist Talk with Stefan Constantinescu in Bern

  • Jun 22, 2014 · 7:00 PM

I Dreamt of You so Much That…

film and artist talk by Stefan Constantinescu (RO/SWE), 90’ 2009 – 2019 work in progress Sunday, June 22, 2014, 7-9pm

Cinematte, Bern, Wasserwerkgasse 7, 3011 Bern

featured films: Troleibuzul 92 (Bus no. 92), 2009 (8 min)

Family Dinner, 2012 (14 min)

6 Big Fish, 2013 (14 min)

I Dreamt of You so Much That…, the title of a 1936 poem by Robert Desnos, is a film made of seven shorts that together present one vision from different perspectives.  It examines intimate moments in the lives of seven couples, who question, challenge and push the limits of their relationship, while blurring the lines between private and public spaces, often to potentially disturbing yet uncertain conclusions. The stories treat the violence and complexity of interaction between men and women, alienation, and the illusion of true connection with the other.

Ştefan Constantinescu (1968, Bucharest), is a visual artist and filmmaker living in Stockholm, Sweden and Bucharest, Romania.

In 2009 he represented Romania at Venice Biennial. He explores the issues of identity and memory through films, books and paintings. His fictional movies are shot in a seemingly documentary style fitting stylistically within the Romanian New Wave, revealing the violence underlying human relationships in contemporary society.

The Bern screening is part of a world tour that includes:

Dock 18, Zurich, March 14

Cinematte, Bern, June 22

Chicago Filmmakers, July 26 and Columbia College, Chicago, July 30

Filmmakers Cooperative, New York, August 2

Salonul de Proiecte, Bucharest, October 16

Mamuta, Jerusalem, October 26

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