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Expanded Cinema

That Summer That Summer

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Expanded Cinema | Expanded Cinema | Goran Hugo OLSSON | Sweden, USA, Denmark | 2018 | 80min | DCP | color | Documentary
Director Goran Hugo OLSSON Screenplay N/A Producer Joslyn BARNES, Tobias JANSON, Nejma BEARD, Signe BYRGE SØRENSEN Cinematography Footage director: Peter BEARD, Jonas MEKAS, Andy WARHOL Art Director N/A Editor Per K KIRKEGAARD, Goran Hugo OLSSON Sound Tammy DOUGLAS Music Goran KAJFES, David OSTERBERG Cast Peter BEARD, Lee RADZIWILL, Edith Ewing BOUVIER BEAL, Edith BOUVIER BEAL, Andy WARHOL

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
423 2018. 05. 07 13:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
EK15
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830 2018. 05. 11 16:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 9
EK15
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  • Review

    [#i_]That Summer[_i#] puts together footage from the 1975 masterpiece Grey Gardens. The long-lost extraordinary materials show different aspects of Peter Beard as all as his family and friends. The film offers a chance to rediscover the works and influence of their creative community in Montauk during the 1970s. Director Goran Hugo Olsson’s new interpretation generates a sense of nostalgia and at the same time paints a fascinating picture of American family in the 1970s. The director has found ‘a missing scene’ from the original project that was put on hold for 45 years, and the results is something that gives a different impression. Unlike Grey Gardens, that summer is less organized yet wilder, friendlier and more natural. All this creates a more endearing reality. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Goran Hugo OLSSON

Born in 1965, Sweden. He was educated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm. His first cinema release Fuck You, Fuck You Very Much(1998) is a Swedish classic. The feature documentary The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975(2011) became a huge hit in festivals, theatres and TV broadcasts worldwide. Following Concerning Violence(2014), which premiered at Sundance and the Berlinale Panorama to critical acclaim.