Selected by Nathaniel Mellors, TBG+S and the IFI are pleased to present this 70mm screening of Jean-Jacques Annaud’s spectacular ‘Quest for Fire’.
Film: Quest for Fire
Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud
Film Information: 100 minutes, Canada-France-U.S.A., 1982, Colour, Subtitled, 70mm
Selected by Nathaniel Mellors
Irish Film Institute
Wednesday 3rd September 2014 | 6.30pm
In partnership with Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S), the IFI is pleased to present the 70mm screening of Jean-Jacques Annaud’s spectacular Quest for Fire. Selected by artist Nathaniel Mellors, this event takes place in conjunction with his exhibition, ‘The Sophisticated Neanderthal Interview’ at TBG+ S. A fantasy sci-fi comedy set in the Neanderthal transition, Quest for Fire has an epic, unmistakably post-Space Odyssey aspect. Featuring an imaginary paleolithic language based on Inuit vocabulary and written by Anthony Burgess, the film employs an ancient setting as a lens for the present and is long overdue for reappraisal and critical acclaim.
Nathaniel Mellors will take part in a Q&A with Rayne Booth, Programme Curator of TBG+S following the screening
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