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Past Films

  • Blockade

    • Wednesday, February 22 7 PM
    Sergei Loznitsa
    Russia, Ukraine, 2005

    Loznitsa reinterprets archival footage of the siege of Leningrad during World War II in this, “one of the most important Russian movies of the last decade” (Russian Review). With short The Old Jewish Cemetery.

    Sergei Loznitsa and Neil Young in conversation

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  • Three Short Films By Sergei Loznitsa

    • Thursday, February 23 3:10 PM

    Witness contemporary Russia in these three shorts, from the rural village of Life, Autumn to Factory’s busy industrial floor and the tired commuters of Landscape.

    Sergei Loznitsa and Neil Young in conversation

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  • Austerlitz

    • Thursday, February 23 7:30 PM
    Sergei Loznitsa
    Germany, 2016

    Bay Area Premiere

    Tourists wander amid a former concentration camp turned profit center in Loznitsa’s memorable investigation of the atrocity exhibition industry. “Brilliant” (Variety).

    Sergei Loznitsa and Neil Young in conversation

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  • Maidan

    • Friday, February 24 3:10 PM
    Sergei Loznitsa
    Ukraine/Netherlands, 2014

    Composed from extended fixed shots, this account of Kiev’s Maidan Square protests tracks the trajectory from peaceful dissent to violent confrontation. “A film of scale and immediacy, finding artistry in bearing witness” (New York Times).

    Sergei Loznitsa and Neil Young in conversation

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  • In the Fog

    • Friday, February 24 7:30 PM
    Sergei Loznitsa
    Germany, Latvia, Russia, Netherlands, Belarus, 2012

    Two partisans plan to kill a Belarusian railway worker suspected of Nazi sympathies in Loznitsa’s dreamlike narrative film. “A masterpiece” (David Thomson).

    Sergei Loznitsa and Neil Young in conversation

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