every day words disappear: Michael Hardt on the politics of love (2016, 15´)

OCTOBER 20 | TUES 19:00 | Screening for members of Föreningen Film i Malmö | French (Eng subs)

Between 2000 and 2009, post-Marxist theorists Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt published the trilogy composed by Empire, Multitude and Commonwealth, an attempt to dissect the modus operandi of neoliberal imperialism and the potential strategies to overcome it. Grimonprez interviewed Hardt in 2016. Through that conversation, Hardt expands the meanings of “the commons”, emphasizing the subversive potential of love and joy. Grimonprez juxtaposes Hardt’s words with clips from Alphaville, the story of a city where love has been erased from the emotional landscape of its inhabitants. We will screen every day words disappear together with Jean-Luc Godard’s film, in an evening dedicated to affects and resistance.