As part of TRUST, Vester Vov Vov hosts a film programme with contributions by a selection of the exhibiting artists that explores the documentary genre in different ways. In the intersection of fact and fiction, the films focus on collaborative processes, art in public spaces and architecture, as well as political themes such as territorial conflicts and migration.
Programme of the evening:
Joachim Hamou, UIP27, Preview, 2015
80 min. + talk
UIP27 is a speculative drama documentary about the Israel-Palestine conflict taking place in 2027. UIP is short for ”United Israel Palestine” referring to a future scenario for the Israel-Palestine conflict. In the film, the international community led by the UN has taken on the role of occupation force, which, in other words, means that an international court now administers the conflict. The film has been made on the basis of a series of public debates at Moderna Museet in Malmö and La Passerelle in Brest, initiated by Joachim Hamou, and explores different aspects of a conflict where the justice system is in stark contrast to the personal feelings and interests of the involved parties.
When presenting a TRUST ticket you’ll get a 50% discount. Please note that it is possible to reserve seats on Vester Vov Vov’s website, but the discount may only be deducted by purchase and pick up at the cinema.
Joachim Hamou, UIP27, Preview, 2015. Still