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PROGRAM - Expanded Cinema

Expanded Cinema

How I Fell in Love with Eva Ras

DIRECTOR André Gil MATA Expanded CinemaAsian Premiere
Nation Portugal, Bosnia & Herzegovina 201674minDCPcolor Documentary
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Overview

Sena repeats in daily solitude the projection of a few Yugoslavian films remained. These films take us on a journey through her past, honoring many Yugoslavian actresses like Eva Ras.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
215 2017. 04. 29 11:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
HEK15
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424 2017. 05. 01 14:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
HEK15
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632 2017. 05. 03 14:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
HEK15
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  • Review

    Sena is a cinema operator who lives in a projection booth at a rundown theater in Sarajevo. Save for some theatergoers, the projection booth is dark and depressing. It records the daily life of Sena in a space of silence and solitude. Then who is ‘Eva Ras’? She is the main actress of an old Yugoslavian film that Sena screens. A forgotten actress is projected at a forgotten theater. The small projection booth reflecting Sena’s life is filled with nostalgia, a storage unit for her personal memories. The camera never leaves the projection room. However, rather than presenting it as an isolated space, it uses different windows to show the outside world, just like a cinema experience. Andre Gil Matahuge has great control of the camera and fills the screen with natural lighting, making the huge 35mm projector and movies a treasure. [JANG Byungwon]

  • Credit

    Director Andre Gil MATA
    Screenplay Andre Gil MATA
    Producer Joana FERREIRA, Isabel MACHADO
    Cinematography Andre Gil MATA
    Editor Tomas BALTAZAR
    Sound Aida KADRIC
    Cast Sena MUJANOWIC, Dragan KOSTIC, Sasha SKOKO, Nur CORIC, Tija ZUBANOWIC

Director

André Gil MATA

Born in 1978, Portugal. Got his master degree in film direction at Lisbon Theatre and Film School. In 2009, his debut short-film Water Ark(2009) won several awards and was presented at several international festivals, as well as his second short-film House(2010), his third short-film The Gravedigger(2012). His first feature-length documentary Captivity(2012) won the DocAlliance Award at Cannes, in 2013.