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JELENA JUREŠA

APHASIA

24.01


Dans le cadre de: Magic Lanterns and Colonial Instruction, B-magic


de Jelena Jureša, Belgique, 2019 couleur / ST: EN / 80’

Aphasia is a film built up in three interwoven chapters. Each part focuses on the absurdity that arises from the collective silence surrounding crimes and the fragmentation of historical events, tracing the line between Belgian colonialism, Austrian antisemitism and the war in Yugoslavia. Focusing on the blind spots of history and the difficulty of speaking about the troubled past, the film charts the line starting with the museum dioramas in Tervuren through photography to film and, like the bullet from the FN Herstal 1910 pistol that became emblematic of the WWI, connects Bosnia, Serbia, Austria and Belgium in their seemingly disparate fates and historical amnesias.


Dans le cadre de: B-magic Research Program


2020-01-24 20:30 2020-01-24 20:30 Europe/Brussels CINEMATEK Aphasia, Jelena Jureša APHASIA
de Jelena Jureša, Belgique, 2019
couleur / ST: EN / 80’

Aphasia is a film built up in three interwoven chapters. Each part focuses on the absurdity that arises from the collective silence surrounding crimes and the fragmentation of historical events, tracing the line between Belgian colonialism, Austrian antisemitism and the war in Yugoslavia. Focusing on the blind spots of history and the difficulty of speaking about the troubled past, the film charts the line starting with the museum dioramas in Tervuren through photography to film and, like the bullet from the FN Herstal 1910 pistol that became emblematic of the WWI, connects Bosnia, Serbia, Austria and Belgium in their seemingly disparate fates and historical amnesias.





https://cinematek.be/?node=17&event_id=501980023

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Dans le cadre de: 
Magic Lanterns and Colonial Instruction 
B-magic
CINEMATEK - Salle Ledoux 60


Linked activities:
Magic Lanterns and Colonial Instruction [Spaces of Civic Education in the British Empire]
Lecture by Gabrielle Moser
Ven 24.01.20

Aphasia
Aphasia
Aphasia