CINÉMA VÉRITÉ Activist films in Stúdió Gallery

Opening : 21 March 2006
Until : 24 March 2006
Activist films in Stúdió Gallery

Between 21 and 24 March 2006, during four evenings the gallery of the Young Artists’ Studio Association is functioning as a cinema of socially and politically committed films. Groups and activists whose objectives are connected to this topic were asked to select the actual films or to participate as guests in the discussions afterwards. The language of the discussions is Hungarian.

21 March 2006, Tuesday, 18h

The Fourth World War
Richard Rowley, Jacqueline Soohen
2003, 76′

From the front-lines of conflicts in Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Palestine, Korea, ‘the North’ from Seattle to Genova, and the ‘War on Terror’ in New York, Afghanistan, and Iraq. It is the story of men and women around the world who resist being annihilated in this war.

Guest: Tracey Wheatley – Global Projekt

22 March 2006, Wednesday, 18h


2004 (Polish, with English subtitles)
The film is about the squat that has been functioning for more than ten years in Poznan, Poland.

director: Balázs Horváth editor: László Hargittai, Indymedia, 4CUT
2004, 17′
The film presents the first action of Centrum Group, the occupation of the Úttörő (Pioneer) Department Store, and its background.

Budapest is also yours!
Indymedia Film Subdivision(IFA)
2005, 10′
A report on the second squatting action of Centrum Group.
Guest: Centrum Group

23 March 2006, Thursday, 18h 

Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbott, Joel Bakan
2003, 145′

In THE CORPORATION, case studies, anecdotes and true confessions reveal behind-the-scenes tensions and influences in several corporate and anti-corporate dramas. Each illuminates an aspect of the corporation’s complex character.

Guest: Gábor Scheiring – Védegylet

24 March 2006, Friday, 18h

It can happen to you too – Women’s right in the European Hungary
screenplay: Péter Halász, Róza Vajda
Rendezők: Halász Péter, Juhász Ottó, Juhász András
editors: Gyöngyi Szanyi, Róza Vajda — Š MONA Foundation
2006; 20′

The guests of the round-table discussion following the screening: Dorottya Redai, IgEN Association; Réka Sáfrány, MONA Foundation; Gábor Csillag, Young Greens, the co-editor of the AKCIO! feminist special issue.
moderator: Emese Süvecz

Venue: the Gallery of Young Artists’ Studio Association
1053 Budapest, Képíró u. 6.
tel/fax.: 411 0235