The CAPE - Centre des Arts Pluriels Ettelbrück is hosting the third edition of its A CAPE'lla Festival. Delano has 2 festival passes to give away.
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“In Fabric” is a sumptuous and surreal erotic thriller that has been described as being “attuned to the tactile pleasures of the cinema”.
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The Luxembourg City Film Festival has given Delano tickets to pass on to our readers for this Saturday’s screening of “In Fabric” at which the director will be present.
Cult is an overused term, particularly in Germanic-speaking countries like Luxembourg, but it is no exaggeration to say that British director Peter Strickland’s films do appeal to a cult following. His latest work, like his 2012 feature film “Berberian Sound Studio”, is an homage to the Italian giallo horror films by the likes of Dario Argento and Mario Bava. But it also takes on the exotic and erotic tones of his last film, the lesbian love story “The Duke Of Budgundy”.
“In Fabric” stars Marianne Jean-Baptiste as a recently divorced bank employee whose purchase of a sumptuous red dress at a strange department store leads to all sorts of sinister weirdness. The film has been described as being “attuned to the tactile pleasures of the cinema” and having a “wickedly arch sense of humor all its own, and a wicked other-dimensional vibe.” Indeed comedy and horror and a healthy dose of surrealism abounds in “In Fabric”, which makes it the perfect film for a screening with the gang from Cinélunatique.