Stream Independent Films Through “Stream/Society”
While the arts center is closed, the Arts of the Moving Image is reinventing its series to bring independent films into your home: Screen/Society is, for now, Stream/Society.
Art House Films in Your Livingroom
Public screenings by Duke’s Art of the Moving Image’s Screen/Society may be on hiatus for now (stay up to date with Duke University’s Coronavirus Response here), but staff are busy exploring ways to bring Screen/Society programming into your home.
For now, call the program Stream/Society.
Stream/Society has partnered with friends at Grasshopper Films to bring you a special opportunity to stream Pedro Costa’s new film Vitalina Varela, starting the afternoon of Wednesday, April 1, and ending at 11:59pm on Friday, April 3.
(Pedro Costa, 2019, 124 min, Portugal, Cape Verdean Creole & Portuguese w/ subtitles, Color, DCP)
The highly anticipated new film from Pedro Costa, director of Horse Money, Colossal Youth, In Vanda’s Room and Casa de Lava. Vitalina Varela, 55-year-old Cape Verdean, arrives in Lisbon after a 25 year wait for her plane ticket – and three days after her husband’s funeral. With exacting, painterly cinematography, Vitalina Varela is an exquisitely crafted study of mourning and memory.
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Arts of the Moving Staff are working to bring you more unique streaming opportunities in the coming weeks. Stay tuned! In the meantime, we hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy.