Screening evening : Zones and Passages

15.10.2020

Thursday October 15, 2020 at 6.30 p.m.

Screening of the documentary film "Zones and Passages" (Ζώνες και περάσματα, 2019) at Cinélux, Geneva, on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 6.30 p.m.

Images of work and unemployment in Greece in today's economic crisis. Athens, Perama, Thessaloniki, Skouries ... "Block after block, the liquidation of the world continues ..." (René Char). Examples that show the rupture of what has defined the world of work so far but also the movements invented by people who fight.

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Screening of the documentary film "Zones and Passages" (Ζώνες και περάσματα, 2019) at Cinélux, Geneva, on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 6.30 p.m.

Images of work and unemployment in Greece in today's economic crisis. Athens, Perama, Thessaloniki, Skouries ... "Block after block, the liquidation of the world continues ..." (René Char). Examples that show the rupture of what has defined the world of work so far but also the movements invented by people who fight.

Follow-up a conversation with:

Iro Siafliaki: Documentary filmmaker and director of the documentary film "Zones and Passages". She holds a Doctorate of Aesthetics, Arts Science and Technology. She is interested in the question of cinema as a device capable of bearing witness to a reality and, also, of acting on it.

Bonita Papastathi: Editor of the documentary film "Zones and Passages". She edited a dozen films before this one and was notably the producer and editor of the film "Before the Night" (Πριν τη νύχτα, 2004) by Timon Koulmasis.

Christiane Vollaire: Field philosopher and researcher associated with the CNAM. She conducts her research on the links between politics, aesthetics and medicine. She is also a member of the "Non-places of exile" (FMSH) research initiative, of the editorial board of the journals Pratiques et Chimères, and lecturer at the International College of Philosophy. She co-published with Philippe Bazin "Un Archipel des Solidarités. Greece 2017-2020" with LOCO editions in 2020.

Philippe Bazin: Documentary photographer, medical doctor by training, and teacher at the National School of Art in Dijon. He was the 1999 winner of the Niépce Prize. He co-published with Christiane Vollaire "Un Archipel des Solidarités. Greece 2017-2020" with LOCO editions in 2020.

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