The Craft of Film: The Turin Horse (15) + ScreenTalk with Cinematographer Fred Kelemen
25 February 2017
’s film follows six days in the life of the poor farmer Ohlsdorfer and his daughter who depend on an increasingly uncooperative horse for their sustenance.
Their austere farmhouse besieged by a relentless storm, they wordlessly pursue their daily routine of chores and scant meals. Captured in stark black and white by Fred Kelemen
’s exquisitely choreographed camera work, the dogged endurance of their plight achieves a slow burning emotional intensity and austere beauty that affects us at the very core of our existence.
We are pleased to have cinematographer Fred Kelemen
join us for a talk after the screening, hosted by Noski Deville
Hungary/France/Germany/Switzerland USA 2011 Dir Béla Tarr 146 min
In collaboration with, and organised by EUNIC London
and the Goethe-Institut London
In association with the London Film School
. Supported by the Balassi Institute
/ Hungarian Cultural Centre London
With support from the European Commission Representation in the UK
This event is part of a multibuy