Project Space: Red Berries
This March CCA welcomes Ginte Regina to CCA to present Red Berries in CCA's Project Space with a special screening of her latest film, BOY, at CCA on Friday 24 March 2023 at 2pm. Ginte was a participant in the first DeMo Reciprocal Residency programme with CCA and Kaunas Artists' House; this work was created following her stay in our city.
Red Berries is on display in CCA's Project Space, accessible during regular visiting hours until 18 March and you can book an appointment to watch the film in the space from 20–31 March 2023 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Berries, 2022
2k video, sound, 9 min 40 sec
Supported by Lithuanian Council For Culture
About Red Berries:
A young woman visits her grandmother's empty apartment, where she finds clues to her past. Memory and fantasy intertwine in a poetic portrait of two women.
In this essay film, time and place are fluid; we jump from 8mm footage evoking life in a Lithuanian village sometime around the 1940s, to the quiet interior of a recently vacated apartment in present-day Vilnius. The protagonist slowly moves through the rooms, inspecting the objects left behind by her grandmother, suddenly doubling up as the grandmother in her youth, riding a bicycle along a country road, meeting a soldier, watching herself from a tree, both witness and participant, both a receiver and creator of these narratives that unfold in her mind and on the screen. The film unravels in multiple layers of imagination and feeling, making connections across time and generations and celebrating life.
About the artist:
Gintė Regina is a Lithuanian filmmaker working in artist film and narrative fiction. Her short films have been screened in leading venues around the UK, including British Film Institute (Future Film Presents SCENE) and Whitechapel Gallery (Selected VII) in London. She has had two solo exhibitions, in 2018 at GAO, London, and in 2020 at CCA Derry~Londonderry, Northern Ireland. In 2022 Gintė received support from Arts Council England and Lithuanian Council for Culture to make her new film, BOY. Gintė is currently based in Vilnius.