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Aleph

 
Iva RADIVOJEVIĆ  
USA, Croatia, Qatar 2021 91min DCP color Hybrid 12 Asian Premiere
Schedule
Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
424 2022. 05. 02 14:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
HKE12GV
517 2022. 05. 03 13:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
HKE12GV
816 2022. 05. 06 20:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
HKE12
Overview

The thoughts, ideas, experiences, and dreams of protagonists in ten countries spanning five continents are revealed through conversation, activity, and contemplation. These collective stories serve as pieces of a puzzle that lead to what the Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges called “the unimaginable universe.”

Review

Aleph is a collection of 17 short novels written by Jorge Luis Borges, the master of 20th century literature. Iva Radivojević, who was born in Yugoslavia and currently works in the United States, was inspired by this collection to make this film, which is her second feature after Evaporating Borders (2014). Aleph is a fantastic, abstract, and philosophical “cinepoem”, at the same time a global project filmed in Greenland, Thailand, Mexico, and South Africa. At first glance, it may seem like a collection of short films, but the narration reveals that they are loosely connected to each other. The film narrator is Anne Waldman, a legendary poet who has published more than 30 poetry collections and who is a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism as well. [CHUN Jinsu]

CREDIT
  • DirectorIva RADIVOJEVIĆ
  • ProducerMadeleine MOLYNEAUX, Iva RADIVOJEVIĆ, Vilka ALFIER
  • ScreenplayIva RADIVOJEVIĆ
  • CinematographyJimmy FERGUSON
  • EditorIva RADIVOJEVIĆ
  • SoundLeandros NTOUNIS (sound design)
CastGuillermina PICO, Žarko LAUSEVIĆ, Irina GIRI, Desire MAREA, Anne WALDMAN (narrator)
FILM SOURCE
Picture Palace Pictures│picturepalacesale@yahoo.com
Ivaasks Films│ info@ivaasks.com
DIRECTOR
Iva RADIVOJEVIĆ 
Born in 1980, in the former Yugoslavia. She has written, edited, and directed the features including Evaporating Borders (2014), Aleph and over 40 shorts.
Sponsor
Jeonju Office

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