If every film viewer hides a voyeur deep inside, this year’s SIFF collaboration with Pugnant Film Series turns this classic film theory into action, allowing the audience to watch films literally through a keyhole.

For five days (17–21 July), the ticket window of Pallas Indoor cinema and other SIFF 2019 screenings and events locations become unique screening spaces, featuring five daily tributes to the work of the filmmakers Phuttiphong Aroonpheng, Elizabeth Vazquez, Jorge Núñez, Susu Laroche, and Dagie Brundert.

The Pugnant Film Series is a non profit organization that organizes screenings of underground, dada & auteur cinema in Greece.

 

JULY 17
PHUTTIPHONG AROONPHENG
@ Pugnant Glory Ηole: My Image Observes Your Image, If It Is Possible To Observe It | A Tale Of Heaven | Ferris Wheel | My Image Dublin | My Image Terribly Happy

JULY 18
ELIZABETH VAZQUEZ
@ Pugnant Glory Hole: Straight to Video | All Alone Before Frozen Gods | Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue

JULY 19
JORGE NÚÑEZ
@Pugnant Glory Hole: Night Terrors: Temple of Doom

JULY 20
SUSU LAROCHE (CHAOS RULES US)
@Pugnant Glory Hole: Immanentize the Eschaton | Dread Majesty | Tzars of Eros | On Faultlines | 17:17 | Nasty Piece of Work | Alecto | Quatic Menac | It Will End In Tears | Sagas romp, Sparagmos | Widows | Body of Work

JULY 21
DAGIE BRUNDERT
@Pugnant Glory Hole: Aufgepasst! | Brother and Sister in the Snow | Waiting for Santa | Nightlight | Get up, Jucy Lordan! | I see the sea and the sea sees me | Tempelele Sea Weed | Alvarado / Sunset | Echo Park Park | Tigerlelles Entropie | Love, Peace & Animals | Teasing out the blue via the detour of an orange-making co ee developing of a 30-year-old Agfa Moviechrome | Ode to June 4