Art and Film together again

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is partnering with the FIN Atlantic International Film Festival on a selection of art films as part of the 2019 lineup. These seven films highlight the dynamic world of art, including those who make art, those who collect it, and those who consume it.

This year, the FIN Atlantic International Film Festival runs from September 12 – 19 with screenings at Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane.

The selection of art films that are part of this partnership include:

It Was All So Wonderful: The Everyday Magic of Mary Pratt
Kenneth J. Harvey – NL, Canada
(75 minutes)

September 14, 2:30 pm.
Cineplex Park Lane Theatre 1


There Are No Fakes
Jamie Kastner – ON, Canada
(114 minutes)

September 14, 6:10 p.m.
Cineplex Park Lane Theatre 1


Ghost Artist
Steven Palmer – ON/NL, Canada
(68 minutes)

September 15, 12:00 p.m.
Cineplex Park Lane Theatre 1


Althea Thauberger: Mad Mad Mad Mad Filmy World (Pagal Pagal Pagal Pagal Filmy Dunya)
Althea Thauberger – Canada/Pakistan
(30 minutes)

screened with:

Take Back Benčić (Preuzmimo Benčić)
Althea Thauberger – Canada/Croatia
(58 minutes)

September 15, 2:30 p.m.
Cineplex Park Lane Theatre 5

Varda By Agnès
Agnès Varda, Didier Rouget – France
(115 minutes)

September 15, 6:20 p.m.
Cineplex Park Lane Theatre 1

Luben & Elena: The Love of Art and the Art of Love
Ellie Yonova – NL, Canada
(75 minutes)

September 15, 9:00 p.m.
Cineplex Park Lane Theatre 2

For the full festival lineup, visit finfestival.ca.


CELEBRATING MARY PRATT

During the month of September, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia joins FIN to celebrate Mary Pratt. Her piece Artifacts on Astroturf from the Permanent Collection is now on view in the Spotlight space in the main lobby.


THE STATE OF THE SITUATION

Additionally, the film Mad Mad Mad Mad Filmy World will play a role at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia beginning this fall. It will be included as part of the new exhibition by artist and filmmaker Althea Thauberger.

Althea Thauberger: The State of the Situation opens November 9.


Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

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Halifax, NS B3J 1V9

Canada