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Here are a few examples of the movies Offscreen will be playing. The complete festival program is available online at http://www.offscreen.be.
Have you seen Stephen King's The Shining? Well, this ingenious documentary explores numerous theories about the story and its hidden messages. Discover why many have been trapped in the Overlook for 30 years!
Life for housewife Francine (played by Divine) is hell: her son is a glue-sniffing foot fetishist, her daughter a slut, and her husband the owner of a local porn theater who leaves her for his seedy secretary. The film is presented in Odorama, complete with original scratch and sniff cards. It's only one of the many John Waters films that play in retrospective at the festival. John Waters will be at Offscreen himself with his stand-up show This Filthy World, a book signing and a masterclass.
José Ramon Larraz has had an unusual career as a filmmaker, comic book illustrator and photographer. Vampyres is his best-known film. His other works that play in retrospective at the festival are Scream... Or Die, Symptoms and The Coming Of Sin. There are also two exhibitions giving you an overview of his comic book illustrations and photography work.
Berberian Sound Studio
A British sound engineer arrives in Italy to work on a mysterious giallo picture. Daringly original and masterfully constructed, this inspired homage to the likes of Mario Bava and Dario Argento, also recalls the claustrophobia of Brian De Palma's Blow Out. Berberian Sound Studio will be presented in the presence of British writer-director Peter Strickland and Belgian voice-artist Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg.
Branded To Kill
By balancing delicately on the edge of surrealism, this dark and impenetrable masterpiece becomes a resolutely fascinating gangster film. The film was so cutting-edge at the time that it cost director Seijun Suzuki his job at the studio. It has since been recognized as a major classic in Japanese cinema.
Las mariposas de Sadourni
Circus dwarf Sadourni gets sentenced to jail after a crime of passion. Free at last, he finds work at a club where he dubs movies and falls in love with his beautiful colleague. A visually stunning film that couples Murnau's expressionism with the surrealism of Jodorowsky.