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Created over four years by Portuguese artist-director Salomé Lamas, Fatamorgana is a work with many facets and iterations: a theatre work, two publications, a sound installation – and this film, in which a lone woman finds herself interacting with an array of historical figures after closing time in a Beirut wax museum.
Fatamorgana is both a political parody and a speculative comedy in which historical and contemporary personalities narrate post-war history and geopolitics through a web of references and citations.
Blending and clashing multiple languages and sources, the film is a multidimensional space: at once an experiment in truth and a fiction that facilitates the collision of multiple fragments, facts and stories.
Currently not available
Thu, 17 Dec 2020
Free, booking required.
The film is only available to audiences in the UK. Please do not book if outside the UK, as you will not be able to access the film.
Fatamorgana is available to stream for seven days from Thursday 17 December at 7pm
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