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创明鸟《觉》| 电影预热活动 // Flamingo Cinema / JUE Festival Warm-up: Yayoi Kusama ‘I Love Me’ / Maysles Brothers ‘Gimme Shelter’

《觉》| 电影将在Flamingo 创明鸟放映两部预热影片,上海的朋友不要错过哟!



《I Love Me》,2月23日(星期天)下午4:30,日语(英语字幕)

《Gimme Shelter》,3月6日(星期四)晚上7:30,英语(英语字幕)

地点:Flamingo 创明鸟,胶州路343号4楼







Flamingo website上了解更多未来活动信息,他们将于2014《觉》音乐+艺术节期间放映亚洲电影周两部电影,分别是LGBT之夜短片展映


Shanghaiers don’t forget to check out JUE | Film warm-up event with Flamingo!

Times and dates as follows:

Screening of “I Love Me” is scheduled at 4:30 on 23rd, Feb (Sun) in Japanese with English subtitles.

Screening of “Gimme Shelter” will start at 7:30 on 6th, Mar (Thu) in English with English Subtitles.

Both screenings take place at Flamingo Shanghai office, 4/F, 343 Jiaozhou Rd., near Wuding Rd..

Doors will open 30mins before the screening with drinks and light refreshments. We require a name-card-for-beer policy.

As the venue is limited to 40 people, please RSVP to to secure a seat and receive information on future Flamingo Cinema events.


Read more on their blog.

Remember they’ll be hosting our Asian Cinema Week LGBT night and Shorts series.

创明鸟上海近期活动 // Films at Flamingo

懒洋洋的春节假期过去了,《觉》的合作伙伴Flamingo 创明鸟上海也开始进行相关活动的筹备工作,而这个周末,他们将率先进行两部电影的放映,为《觉》| 电影先行预热。


2月23日《I Love Me》:其中一部纪录片的主角最近已在上海形成大热的阵势,而且她还是波点的狂热爱好者。没错,她就是日本视觉艺术家草间弥生,近日上海当代艺术馆正在进行“A Dream I Dreamed”展览。





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After an extended CNY hibernation Flamingo have set the gears in motion in preparation for what will be some of our most provocative, insightful and stirring film screenings. Actually they’re first out the block, and have an event THIS weekend!

Flamingo are presenting two documentaries featuring two revolutionary artist acts who emerged in the mid-60s. The one that really interests us – and those obsessed with dots – is the screening of I Love Me –  on February 23rd. This documentary follows Japanese visual artist Yayoi Kusama as she brings her new series of 50 monochrome drawings to life, from nothing to infinity over 18 months. The pieces are currently on show as part of the “A Dream I Dreamed” exhibition in MoCA.

The documentary captures Yayoi’s creative activity as well as her daily life that surrounds the conflict between love, life and death. These ideas clash with each other both quietly and violently in front of the camera.

Find out more on the website!