Yuchengo Museum invites the public to the screening of the newest film by Ulrike Ottinger and a 2012 documentary on Ottinger’s life for the whole month of April. These film showing run simultaneously with Ulrike Ottinger: Photographer and Filmmaker, an exhibit at the 3/F Bridgeway Gallery of the museum. Exhibit will be on view until May 10, 2013.
Ulrike Ottinger, 2011
1 hr 45 mins
Screened Monday – Saturday at 2:00 pm
In Echigo, Japan, the snow lies several feet deep, covering landscape and villages. Over the centuries, the inhabitants have organized their lives accordingly. To record their distinctive forms of everyday life, Ottinger journeyed to the mythical snow country with two Kabuki performers. Kabuki, poetry, and the reality of Snow Country combine with the Yumiko Tanaka’s music to make a visually striking and moving film.
Ulrike Ottinger: Nomad from the Lake
Brigitte Kramer, 2012
1 hr 26 mins
Screened Monday – Saturday at 4:00 pm
Ulrike Ottinger’s cinematic universe has influenced entire generations. It all began on the shores of Lake Constance, where Ulrike Ottinger was born and where she still often spends time. Filmmaker Brigitte Kramer begins her documentary on Ottinger’s life and work at Lake Constance, since she too shares the icon’s birthplace and a great love of these waters.
The Yuchengco Museum is located at the RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala & Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenues, Makati City. Museum hours are 10 am – 6 pm, Monday to Saturday. Admission fees are Php 100 for adults, Php 50 for students, Php 25 for children, and Php 25 for seniors. Entrance is free for employees of YGC member companies, media pass holders, and ICOM members. For more information, contact Yuchengco Museum at (02) 889-1234 or email@example.com.