When: 11/02/17 - 24/02/17: 10:00 am
Where: K's Cinema, 3F, 3-35-13 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky died relatively young at 54 in 1986, but left quite a varied legacy of films behind in his short time. From the WWII drama “Ivan’s Childhood” (1962,) to the space epic “Solaris” (1972,) to his exploration of the metaphysical in “Stalker” (1979) and “Nostalghia” (1983,) Tarkovsky used the technique of long takes to sculpt and alter real time. Get an education on his important films during this retrospective, or perhaps see some of these films for the first time, remastered on the big screen.
Andrei Tarkovsky Programme
How much: ¥1,000 – ¥1,800
More info: http://www.pan-dora.co.jp/?p=3700