Andrei Tarkovsky Season on Film4 April/May 2017


Andrei Tarkovsky Season

On the 85th anniversary of his birth, Film4 begins a season of films by the legendary Russian director. All of Tarkovsky’s seven feature films will play (non-chronologically) throughout April and May. All films will be available to view on All4 after broadcast.

DATES

Tuesday 4th April, 12.10am – Andrei Rublev (1966)

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A new, restored print of Andrei Tarkovsky’s disturbing portrait of a great icon painter in early 15th-century Russia, a war-torn period that saw the country in upheaval.

Wednesday 12th, 1.25am – Ivan’s Childhood (1962)

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Andrei Tarkovsky’s feature debut blends impressionism and stark realism to tell the tale of a quest for vengeance during the Second World War.

Thursday 20th, 12.40am – Solaris (1972)

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Andrei Tarkovsky’s transcendent sci-fi classic, a moving and unsettling vision of memory and humanity.

Monday 24th, 12.40am – Stalker (1979)

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Following Solaris, Tarkovsky’s second foray into the sci-fi genre: a surreal and disturbing vision of the future, in which a scientist, a writer and a Stalker attempt to navigate the bleak and devastated terrain of the Zone.

Date & time tbc – Mirror (1975)

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Andrei Tarkovsky’s most autobiographical work, in which he reflects upon his own childhood and the destiny of the Russian people.

Date & time tbc – Nostalgia (1983)

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Tarkovsky’s first film to be made outside of Russia explores the melancholy of the expatriate, as a Russian poet in a Tuscan village is haunted by memories of his wife, children and homeland.

Date & time tbc – The Sacrifice (1986)

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Tarkovsky’s Cannes prize-winning final film: a mystical and enigmatic parable that unfolds in the hours before a nuclear holocaust.

TO VIEW:

Access Film4

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/film4

TO VIEW ANYTIME:

Access All 4

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/catchup/

 

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