Screening of the film The South by Argentine director Fernando Solanas
The event celebrates the work of this important Argentine director, one year after his death from coronavirus.
In the film The South (Sur, 1988), a former political prisoner wanders through Buenos Aires, after the fall of the junta in 1983. He is confronted by memories of the past and the ghosts of old friends who are gone. With this feature film, Solanas won the Cannes Film Festival's Best Director Award in 1988.
The film is screened with Greek subtitles.