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IFAS News & Events - du 28 juin 2017


 


 
 
Starts This Friday
Deep Blue / Middle C 

After sold out screenings at this year's Encounters Documentary Film Festival, 'Deep Blue / Middle C' returns for a limited run here at The Bioscope.

Deep Blue / Middle C (2017)
Directed by: Bryan Little. 60min

This psychedelic surf film emerges from the Elands Bay dustbowl like an LED encrusted crayfish. Acclaimed Fokofpolisiekar and African Cypher director (and two-time Encounters Audience Award winner) Little recruited musicians, sculptors, artists, a coastal forager, underwater wildlife filmmakers, conservation biologists, drone pilots – to spend 10 days and nights at a camp site where they surfed, created artworks, and worked with the local community, celebrating that coast and ocean. Surfing the line between fiction and non, this strangely surreal dreamscape is an invigorating dip into the stream of consciousness of an eccentric and wildly talented bunch.


Tickets R45
 


 
 
4 - 11 July
This Week At The Bioscope

Tue 4 July: Jeppe on a Friday 7:30pm
Wed 5 July: Jeppe on a Friday 7:30pm
Thur 6 July: Jeppe on a Friday 7:30pm
Fri 7 July: Deep Blue / Middle C 7:30pm
Sat 8 July: Deep Blue / Middle C 4pm, 6pm, 8pm.
Sun 9 July: Deep Blue / Middle C 3pm, 5pm, 7pm
Mon 10 July: Deep Blue / Middle C 7:30pm
Tues 11 July: Deep Blue / Middle C 7:30pm


 
 
 
 
 
This Friday at 11am.
Classic Movie Kids: The NeverEnding Story

School's Out! And we know we have parents out there looking for some different activities for their kids to enjoy this holiday. Our monthly Classic Movie event returns with a special edition for kids to present affordable, timeless cinema for everyone to enjoy. Advisable for ages from 5 years. 

Tickets only R30.

The NeverEnding Story (1984)
Directed by: Wolfgang Petersen
Adventure, Drama, Family. 1h 42min

A troubled boy dives into a wondrous fantasy world through the pages of a mysterious book. 


 
Tickets R30
 
 
 
1-6 July
Jeppe on a Friday

Seminal Johannesburg documentary 'Jeppe on a Friday' returns to the Bioscope screen, inspired by The Museum of African Design's current exhibition Johannesburg: Unfinished City

MOAD is thrilled to be part of the 130-year-old design experiment called Johannesburg. Unfinished City, our latest exhibition, unearths Johannesburg's history and uncharted potential.
Jeppe on a Friday will add to this conversation, opening up dialogue between African immigrants and the local people of Jeppestwon and the urban whites which come to visit Jeppestown on a regular basis. The story will add to the understanding of what it means to be living in the inner city - looking at hardships and the realities that the inner city populace face.
 
Jeppe on A Friday
Part travelogue, part urban allegory – and a fresh perspective on Jozi. Filmmakers Lalloo and Walsh, drawing on a rich tradition of city- centred direct cinema practitioners, bring together a team of women directors, and offer a curious record of life in urban Jozi that de-mystifies the oft-maligned metropolis. Shot over the course of a single day and along the length and breadth of Jeppe, we meet 5 charming characters.


 
Tickets R45
 
 
 
EVERY SUNDAY 11am - 2pm - Starting 18 June
Sunday Cinema

FREE ENTRANCE

Enjoy a selection of short films on rotation, for free, every Sunday here at The Bioscope. A great chance to experience the cinema while enjoying all that Maboneng has to offer on a Sunday. The selection includes Place of Light, a short film chronicling the history of the precinct. 

 
Free Entrance
 
 
 
From 14 July
Uprize!

After two sold out screenings at Encounters 2017 and a sold out screening on Youth Day, The Bioscope is proud to be hosting a run of the seminal documentary, Uprize!

Directed by: Sifiso Khanyile 58min

The Soweto uprising of 1976 is well documented: students peacefully protested the mandatory inclusion of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction. By nightfall over 200 lay dead. The less well-documented ‘76 protest action by activists in Bonteheuwel, Langa and the Cape Flats, and student deaths, are the heart of this film. Personal reflections of struggle stalwarts Fatima Dike, Dr Mongane Wally Serote and Duma. Ndlovu consider the states’ brutal response, the influence of the Black Consciousness Movement and their disappointment with the current state of the nation. It’s a glimpse into 70s SA, the cost of the fight for education and freedom, and especially relevant 40 years later as university students take on the ANC government demanding free, quality education.


 
Tickets R45