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Programme: Images of Violence. Film: Inextinguishable Fire

Nicht löschbares Feuer

Germany | 1969 | 22 min. | PG

Programme: Images of Violence. Film: Inextinguishable Fire

Nicht löschbares Feuer

Germany | 1969 | 22 min. | PG

Synopsis

“When napalm is burning, it is too late to extinguish it. You have to fight napalm where it is produced, in the factories.” These words are spoken at the beginning of the film and followed by the example of the Dow Chemical Company. Factory produced plastic foil for households while simultaneously producing napalm for the Vietnam War. “When we show you pictures of napalm victims, you shut your eyes. You close your eyes to the pictures. Then you shut them in the memory. And then you close your eyes to the facts.”

Screening is combined with the films “Inextinguishable Fire”, “Between Two Wars”.
Subtitles: English

Director: Harun Farocki

Cinematography: Gerd Conradt

Editing: Harun Farocki

Producer: Harun Farocki

Harun Farocki

 

October 12, 18:00
Kaunas Artists House. Kaunas.

October 12

18:00

Kaunas Artists House. Kaunas.

October 13, 16:00
Contemporary Art Centre. Vilnius.
Introductory talk before screening (held in Lithuanian).

October 13

16:00

Contemporary Art Centre. Vilnius.

Introductory talk before screening (held in Lithuanian).

October 19, 16:00
Contemporary Art Centre. Vilnius.

October 19

16:00

Contemporary Art Centre. Vilnius.

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