M+ Screenings: In the World, Of the World brings together a thought-provoking selection of films and moving image works, from the 1930s to the present. Featuring experimental icons, cinematic classics, and popular hits from Denmark, France, India, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States, this weekend-long screening programme explores artistic community in an alternately turbulent and exhilarating era defined by transnational mobility and displacement.

This programme is organised in conversation with the M+ exhibition Noguchi for Danh Vo: Counterpoint, a dialogue between two ‘citizens of the world’ working in different historical periods: Isamu Noguchi, the Japanese American modern art master, and Danh Vo, the internationally celebrated contemporary artist. These films seek to further connect and contextualise their art, influences, and ideas.

Noguchi for Danh Vo: Counterpoint is on view at the M+ Pavilion until 22 April 2019.

12-14 April 2019 (Friday-Sunday)

Broadway Cinematheque, Yau Ma Tei (map)

Tickets are available now at the Broadway Cinematheque box office and self-service ticketing machines, as well as online at www.cinema.com.hk.

Date Time Screening Programme  
12 April (Fri) 7:10pm

Sergei Eisenstein’s Mexican Footage / Death Day  
(1931 / 1931–1934, Grigory Alexandrov, Sergei Eisenstein, Edward Tissé)
Redes (1936, Emilio Gómez Muriel, Fred Zinnemann)

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9:45pm Post Tenebras Lux (2012, Carlos Reygadas)
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13 April (Sat)


Two: A Film Fable (1964, Satyajit Ray)
Mon oncle (1958, Jacques Tati)

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5:15pm Otolith III (2009, The Otolith Group)
Dreaming Murakami (2017, Nitesh Anjaan)
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7:20pm Pitfall (1962, Hiroshi Teshigahara) Buy Now
14 April (Sun) 3:55pm Visual Variations on Noguchi (1945, Marie Menken)
Bridges-Go-Round (1958, Shirley Clarke)
Night Journey (1961, Nathan Kroll)
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5:45pm Scandal (1950, Akira Kurosawa) Buy Now
7:50pm Manzanar (1971, Robert Nakamura)
The Return (2018, Malene Choi Jensen)
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