BACC will screen four international films

BACC will screen four international films

The Bangkok Art and Culture Center will screen four films from four countries during “Cinema Diverse 2022” at the Auditorium on the 5th floor on Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12, starting at 2 p.m.

Photo courtesy of Bangkok Center for Art and Culture

In collaboration with the Japan Foundation, the Goethe-Institut Thailand, the Spanish Embassy and the French Embassy, ​​the program will lead guests to explore different dimensions of the environment around us, such as the feeling of belonging, interacting with social change, examining human behavior and coping with loss.

The first two films in theaters on Saturday will be Mori, the artist’s habitat (2018), a Japanese drama directed by Shuichi Okita, at 2 p.m.; followed by Goodbye lin! (2003), a two-hour German comedy by Wolfgang Becker, at 6:20 p.m.

Scheduled for Sunday will be The fire will come (O Que Arde) (2019), a Spanish drama by Oliver Laxe at 2 p.m. and Bloody Milk (Little Peasant) (2017), a French drama by Hubert Charuel, at 6 p.m.

Between the screenings of the two films each day, there will be conferences to discuss and exchange ideas on the various implications hidden in the films.

Speakers include Artch Bunnag and Pornchai Viriyaprapanon Saturday; and Assistant Professor Penpisa Sirivoranart, Assistant Professor Nattasuda Taephant and Kulvadee Thongpibul on Sunday.

All movies have English and Thai subtitles except Mori, the artist’s habitat which only has Thai subtitles.

Darcy J. Skinner