Ticketing for film screenings will start from 24 January (Fri), 10 am at the ticket office of Cinematheque．Passion as well as our official website.
★Best Director at the 76th Venice Film Festival
Swedish film maestro Roy Andersson scooped the Golden Lion Award with his compelling A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, part of his career-defining “Living Trilogy”. The trilogy showcases his own vocabulary – visually minimal and stylish, taken from fixed camera positions, based on time and space juxtaposition, absurd humour and acting.
The 76-year-old master once again fascinates with this recent work, which is based on the universal classic One Thousand and One Nights. This sixth feature, a reflection upon endlessness, earned him the Best Director award at the 76th Venice International Film Festival.
Cast: Martin Serner , Lisa Blohm
About the Director
One of Northern Europe’s most renowned art film directors to date, Roy Andersson was born in Gothenburg, Sweden. His first feature, A Swedish Love Story (1970), became an immediate success. He then broke from his neo-realist beginnings with the more expressionistic Giliap (1975). For the next 25 years, Andersson worked in advertising and funded his own independent filmmaking. From 2000, he fascinated the world with the “Living Trilogy”: Songs from the Second Floor (2000); You, the Living (2007); and A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (2014).
The film was yet to be classified by the Assessment Committee of Performing Arts.
Group A – Suitable for all ages
Group B – Not suitable for children under 13
Group C – For persons aged 13 and above only,
but not suitable for age under 18
Group D – Persons aged 18 and above only
Please do check with ticket office assistant for the rating of the film. No refund will be given for film with confirmed ratings, as indicated on the tickets, at the time of purchase.
If rating is not yet confirmed at the time of sale for any film rated in Group C or D, ticket exchange/refund can be arranged at the ticket office of Cinematheque . Passion, up to the 5 February 2020.