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CINECITY and Oska Bright screen three documentaries that explore learning disabled people’s relationship to the gallery setting. By visiting cultural sites they are offered a place that invites them to express their feelings. Each portrait is an opportunity to bring up lighter or more serious subjects in relation to the works exhibited in the different galleries, whether literature, theatre, music, buildings or paintings.
VERSAILLES / Dir: Pippo Delbono. France 2015. 22 mins.
Bobo and Michael Lonsdale are alone in the Château de Versailles. Together, they are walking around this ghostly place of power.
MUSEE D’ART MODERNE / Dir: Laetitia Carton. France 2015. 24 mins.
“The story of an encounter. Between Julie and modern art. Between Julie and I.”
LOUVRE / Dir: Denis Darzacq. France 2015. 15 mins.
Four English actors discover the Louvre museum for the first time, alone.
Produced in: France, 2015
Running time: 22 mins, 24 mins, 15 mins
Please note, if no film certificate or TBC is listed, we can only admit patrons aged 18 and over, as these films have not yet been certified by the British Board of Film Classification.