CINEMA Kieślowski : La Trilogie
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May 22–24, 2016
Organized by: Institut Français d'Egypte
Venue: Institut Français d'Egypte
Address: 1 Madraset El Hokouk El Frinseya St. MOUNIRA,
Admission: Free-Based on arrival time
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1117575298286022/


Lundi 23

Trois couleurs : Blanc

Krzysztof Kieślowski

France/ Pologne – 1994 – 91’ - polonais, anglais ST anglais

Avec Zbigniew Zamachowski et Julie Delpy

 

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Mardi 24

Trois couleurs : Rouge

Krzysztof Kieślowski

France/ Pologne – 1994 – 99’ - Français ST anglais

Avec Irène Jacob et Jean-Louis Trintignant

 

 

Kieślowski: The Trilogy

A program presented by critic Mohamed Elmasry

 

22-24 May 2016

 

French Institute of Egypt in Mounira

 

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In the early 1990s, following the huge success of his television series The Decalogue and the film Do not kill that won the Jury Prize at Cannes, the Polish director Krzysztof Kieślowski moved to France. There he made four films, the trilogy, inspired by the colors of the French flag and the concepts of liberty, equality and fraternity that it symbolizes. When projecting the final installment of the trilogy in 1994, Krzysztof Kieślowski ad announced to dozens of journalists that he decided to abandon the world of cinema and to isolate themselves in the Polish countryside because "he has nothing to say". The trilogy would therefore appear to summarize what the man knew about the world.

 

The screenings begin at 19h and are followed by a discussion moderated by Mohamed Elmasry.

 

Free admission, limited seating available.

 

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Sunday 22

Three Colours: Blue

Krzysztof Kieślowski

France / Poland - 1993 - 98'- French, Romanian English ST

With Juliette Binoche

 

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Monday 23

Three Colors: White

Krzysztof Kieślowski

France / Poland - 1994 - 91 '- Polish, English ST

Zbigniew Zamachowski and Julie Delpy

 

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Tuesday 24

Three Colors: Red

Krzysztof Kieślowski

France / Poland - 1994 - 99 '- French English ST

With Irene Jacob and Jean-Louis Trintignant