23th of February, 2 sessions and 2 films: from 16-30 to 18:30 and 19:00 to 21:00


Films are shown in the original language with Ukrainian subtitles

-1- ERNIE AND JOE, CRISIS COPS – 16:30 to 18:30

USA / 2019 / 96′

Director: Jennifer McShane


Ernie and Joe is a sincere glance at the two Texas police officers who have taken on the role of helping change the way the police treat mental health challenges. The tape invites viewers on a personal journey, which is interwoven with the daily experience of meeting policemen with people in crisis. These two are completely non-standard cops. They are one of 10 employees of the San Antonio Police Department of Mental Health.

-2- CITY-MUSEUM – 19:00 to 21:00

USA / 2019 / 75′

Director: Jennifer Trainer

In 2017, the Massachusetts Museum of Modern Art (MASS MoCA) became the largest center for contemporary art in the world. This is the story of the unique institution, the city in which it is located, and the tremendous risk, hope and power of art that generate a cultural and economic revival. With original music by Wilco’s famous bassist John Stirrat, and a number of artists, including James Turrell, David Byrne and Bill T. Jones, City Museum shows how the idea becomes reality by following the creation of the monumental installation by Nick Cave UNTIL , – which raises the themes of armed violence, race and the “American dream.”

“This is truly incredible museum, the history of its creation – as well as its influence on the city of North Adams in Massachusetts – are shown in this film” – Filmmaker Magazine

“The Museum City is the coolest dock I’ve seen lately. It makes contemporary art accessible … Intelligent, well-shot and beautifully designed.” – Flixist

“Director Jennifer Teiner and her City Museum follow the history of the Massachusetts Museum of Modern Art carefully, which captures the power of this place, which she herself helped create decades ago… I was touched to tears during the viewing.” – Black Girl Nerds

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