La Flor, dir. Mariano Llinás, Argentina 2018, 14 hrs. 28 min., Spanish with English subtitles
Over 800 minutes long and a decade in the making, Argentinian filmmaker Mariano Llinás’ La Flor defies cinematic convention. Comprised of six independent, successive stories, the film’s complex narrative is connected by four actresses (Pilar Gamboa, Elisa Carricajo, Laura Paredes and Valeria Correa), who play radically different roles throughout the film’s epic length. Ambitiously moving across different genres and styles – from B-movie to musical to thriller – the film is a profound reflection on duplicity, illusion and the nature of cinema itself.
This screening will be preceded by an introductory conversation between director Mariano Llinás and scholar and Erika Balsom. Erika Balsom is a scholar and critic based in London, working on cinema, art, and their intersection.
Opening Weekend Programme
Friday 13 September, 6:30pm
La Flor: Part I (3 hrs. 45 min.) + introduction by Mariano Llinás
Saturday 14 September, 5pm
Sunday 15 September, 2:30pm
Sunday 15 September, 5pm
All screenings include preprogrammed intervals as part of the overall running time.
Fri, 13 Sep 2019
£8 Full, £5 Concs/Blue/Green Members.
Multi-buy ticket offers available for opening weekend screenings (13 – 15 September). Attend all 3 screenings for £15 Full, £12 Concs/Green/Blue Members. Attend all 3 screenings and the Masterclass for £20 Full, £16 Concs/Green/Blue Members.
All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated.
Groups are advised to arrive early as seating is unallocated.
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