When it’s Monday evening and I am wondering what to do, having a look at the cinema club’s program is always a good and affordable option.
Three times a year (approx. October-December, January-March and March-June) a group of passionate students from the University of Geneva select movies which are projected every Monday at 20:00. The selection could be a retrospective of a film director or about a topic. Before every showing, a student of the cinema club’s committee presents an interesting analysis of the movie.
This spring, the selection explores the technique and approach of animation in cinema. What has change between animated films from yesterday and today? Where is the border between those movies and films with use of digital image? Ten classics and less known movies are there to (re)descover.
The movies are shown at the Auditorium Fondation Arditi, an avant-garde cinema with over three floors, opened in 1957! It’s best to watch the movies on the second floor, and if you have long legs, you will prefer the seats in the front row.