Previously at the ICA - Films
7 Dec 2014
Renowned for his long international career as a sound engineer, with directors such as Werner Schroeter, Raoul Ruiz and Manoel de Oliveira, Joaquim Pinto surprised international audiences with his breathtaking new film What Now? Remind Me, a remarkably personal essay on love, suffering and the ephemerality of life.
Shot over a year, during which the director repeatedly took time off for treatment of his long-term H.I.V. and Hepatitis C infections, What Now? Remind Me is a mesmerising experiment that counterpoises the discomforts of the flesh with the comforts of filmmaking.
A film on the personal freedom to strive and to love against all odds, it won the FIPRESCI Prize and Special Jury Prize at the Locarno Film Festival.
Festival double-bill offer
£16 / £14 Concessions / £12 ICA Members when you book for this screening and The Devil is a Woman - A Few Cuts From the Censorship III (Cinema – Alguns Cortes: Censura III)
The festival is funded by Instituto Camões, sponsored by TAP and kindly supported by the Portuguese Embassy in London.
Now What? Remind Me (E Agora? Lembra-me), dir. Joaquim Pinto, Portugal 2012, 160 mins.
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