Programme spring 2020
Friday 10 January, at 18
Events in a cloud chamber by Ashim Ahluwalia with Akbar Padamsee
Friday 7 February, at 18
Stones Have Laws (Dee Sitonu a Weti) by Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan
Friday 6 March, at 18
The Revolution Won’t Be Televised by Rama Thiaw
Friday 17 April, at 18 LIVE-STREAM
Schmeerguntz (1966) and My Name is Oona (1969) by Gunvor Nelson
Friday 24 April, at 18 LIVE-STREAM
Up to the South (1993) by Walid Raad and Jayce Salloum
FLY (cine-performance) by Sidney Leoni 24–25 April is cancelled.
About the Film Club
The Film Club features films and discussions on Friday evenings – at the museum or live-streamed on the web site.
The Film Club resurrected in 2018 and presents films on the boundary between art and documentary. Often, the artist or director will take part in discussions after the screenings. The 2020 spring programme is compiled in collaboration with the Royal Institute of Art and Re:Orient.
Film has had a prominent position at the Museum since the start. The Moderna Museet Film Club has existed since the Museum opened in 1958, showing everything from children’s matinees to the latest experimental art films.
During the 1990’s and early 2000’s the museum presented international artists in the series Contemporary Film and Video. Other screening have often been held in connection with exhibitions at the museum or in collaboration with The Royal Academy of Art, Filmform, Cinemateket, Tempo Documentary Film Festival, Cinemafrica, Stockholm’s Feminist Film Festival, among others.
The Film Club editorial team
Lena Essling, curator, Catrin Lundqvist, curator.
The 2020 spring programme is compiled in collaboration with the Royal Institute of Art.