A film screening as part of the “Every Film is a Film about Ghosts” review.
As part of the conclusion of the film review “Every Film is a Film about Ghosts”, the U-jazdowski cinema organizes a screening of films in which the cinema becomes a tool to meet the ghosts of the home and family past. Film becomes a medium – it enables contact and saying goodbye to those who are no longer with us.
- Still Processing / dir. Sophy Romvari / Canada 2020 / 21' – A box of photographs serves a young director to work through family loss and grief. Together with her, the viewer takes part in film self-therapy. The film won the audience award at the Short Waves Festival in 2021.
- Day Today [Au jour d’aujourd’hui] / dir. Maxence Stamatiadis / France 2021 / 66' – Family S-F in home video aesthetics combined with a very personal documentary. 2024 in the suburbs of Paris. Suzanne, 88 years old, is addicted to technology. Glued to screens, she shares videos with her kittens, learns about Bitcoin and passionately watches reality TV romances. But none of this can fill the void left by the loss of Edouard, her husband, who died 10 years earlier. One day Suzanne discovers a new app called The Day Today, which promises to bring loved ones back. Edouard returns, but he is not the same man.