Calling all rootsy cinephiles out there, House of Vans is proud to introduce 'The 1984 Cinema Club'.
A brand new ‘space’ dedicated to cinema lovers of all sorts and faith, curated by Colombian video maker and avid skateboarder Diego Fernandez. From stirring docs to indies, to star studded blockbusters, join House Of Vans as they discuss and compare two films; an old school classic Vs. a modern gem this weekend.
Each screening will be interlaced with an open talk to capture the film’s purpose in relation to each theme. The picks for the first edition of The 1984 Cinema Club include:
Latin America, a constant political struggle.
The American Mafia in a time of crisis.
Screening listings are as follows:
Saturday, May 16 / from 6pm
Memories of Underdevelopment
1968, 97 min,
Directed by: Tomás Gutiérrez Alea
1973, 112 min,
Directed by: Martin Scorsese
Sunday, May 17 from 1pm
2012, 118 min
Directed by: Pablo Larrain
Killing Them Softly
2012, 97 min
Directed by: Andrew Dominik
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