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The Short Films of Jacqueline Lentzou + Q&A
Institute of Contemporary Arts
June 2022
The End of Suffering (a proposal), dir. Jacqueline Lentzou, Greece 2020, 14 min.


Marking release of her debut feature Moon, 66 Questions, which screens at the ICA on 24 June, this special programme collects highly acclaimed short films by director Jacqueline Lentzou – who will be joining us at the ICA for a Q&A after the screening, hosted by ICA Cinema and Film Coordinator Judith Wajsgrus.
Programme:

Fox (2016, 28 min.), a powerful coming-of-age story that won Best International Short at the Locarno Film Festival.

Hiwa (2017, 11 min.), which maps a Filippino man’s haunted, dreamlike journey through Athens.

Hector Malot: The Last Day of the Year (2018, 25 min.), the first of three collaborations between Lentzou and Moon, 66 Questions star Sofia Kokkali.

The End of Suffering (A Proposal) (2020, 14 min.), a poignant dialogue between a young woman and the Universe.

La Jalousie (2016, 6 min.), a music video shot on Hi8 for Greek art-rock collective The Callas.
Jacqueline Lentzou (Athens, 1989) is an artist whose cinematic language involves discovering poetry in – seemingly – mundane premises. Her tools are word and image association, the dream-construct, intuition. She experiments with formats, durations and feelings. Through her work she discusses non-traditional family systems, loneliness, duality and oneness, love, and most importantly, the lack of it. 

A London Film School graduate (2013), Jacqueline has written and directed five short films, all of them having a rather successful festival career having premiered at Locarno, Toronto, Berlin, Cannes. She is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including the Cine Leica Discovery Award by Semaine de La Critique for Hector Malot: The Last Day of the Year (2018). Her debut feature Moon, 66 Questions will be released across the UK and at the ICA from June 24th.
 
06:30 pm
Fri, 24 Jun 2022
Cinema 1
£13 Full, £11 Concessions, £6.50 Green/Blue Members

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