In the last week of October, the School Movie Club, hosted by Ms Ada Mitas, commenced its activity for the school year 2018/2019. A group of IB1 students saw two important movies within American Film Festival, both stimulating discussion not only on the art of movie-making but, above all, on the vital problems of contemporary world. Both pictures – „The Hate U Give” directed by George Tillman Jr. and „First Man” directed by  Damien Chazelle – proved how varied American films can be. The first film was acclaimed as best of the twelve competing films for the emotionally touching treatment of racist bias, shown from the perspective of a black teenage girl in search for her identity and facing hard life dilemma. The second one astonished the audience as a story not only about the human triumph of conquering the space, but also about the fragility and solitude of Neil Armstrong, the hero - conqueror of the silver globe. One shall remember the claustrophobic spacecraft missions and weary human faces for long.

The Movie Club, at its monthly meetings this year, will explore contemporary American films, thus the inauguration was both symbolic and epic. The products of discussions, analyses and interpretations will be students' works - reviews, creative forms, reflections - published on EKOLA website. We warmly invite all interested students to the November meeting of EKOLA Movie Club.


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