At the end of spring, Kino Bize, the smallest cinema in Riga, an oasis of cinema lovers on Elizabetes Street, offers the fourth cycle of “Classical Cinema Evenings”, which “marks a map of 20th century cinema events and phenomena, combining a distinctive cinematic form and original message”.

The May 20 movie night will be dedicated to music legends The Rolling Stones for the sixtieth anniversary, which will be marked Jean Lika Godarthe movie “Come more come”. One of France’s best-known directors has recorded the process of recording the song “Sympathy for the Devil” at the famous Olympic Studio in London in a characteristic form, disobedient to any filmmaking conventions. The 1968 film is Godard’s commentary on the current political situation. In it Truth cinema documentary shots taken in the style alternate with provocative stagings. In the recording studio, the camera slides around the musicians, capturing both the creative process and pipe breaks, Anna Vjazemsku, a French actress, a writer and then Godar’s wife in a sun-drenched park, while the pornography “Passionately introduces a new, bloodthirsty world order.

The guests of the program – the curator of the Classical Cinema Evenings – will look for answers to the question, which is a music documentary Agnese Lipskamusic critic Jānis Žildeas well as the producer of the documentary “Liberation Day” Uldis Cekulis and director Ugis Olte.