Maurice Pialat : A Retrospective
Maurice Pialat (1925-2003) directed eleven feature films between 1968 and 1995. Each is a gripping slice of life, whether depicting adolescents experimenting with sex, the decline of an affair, the struggles of police detectives and priests, or the last days of Van Gogh. Pialat built upon the tradition of the New Wave to forge contemporary French cinema.
Don't miss a rare opportunity to discover this beloved filmmaker's works! A restrospective will run over September and November at the Harvard Film Archive Cinematheque.
Friday, September 18, 7pm: Naked Chilhood (L'enfance nue)
Friday, September 18, 9pm: We Won't Grow Old Together (Nous ne vieillirons pas ensemble)
Sunday, September 20, 7pm: Under The Sun Of Satan (Sous le soleil de Satan)
Friday, November 20, 7pm: To Those We Love (A nos amours)
Friday, November 20, 9pm: Graduate First (Passe ton bac d'abord)
Saturday, November 21, 7pm: Loulou
Saturday, November 21, 9pm: The Mouth Agape (La gueule ouverte)
Sunday, November 22, 7pm: Police
Friday, November 27, 7pm: Van Gogh
Saturday, November 28, 4pm: The House In The Woods (La maison des bois)
Sunday, November 29, 7pm: The Son Of... (Le garçu)
Films in French with English subtitles.
More information is available here.
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