Tuesday, November 29 at 6:30 p.m.
Free for Members and students * • $15 for Non-Members
Member price available to our partners: Cinema Chicago, Gene Siskel Center and FACETS
In English • On-site • 54 W. Chicago Ave.
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We are moving the panel on Zoom! We will send a link to all registrants. Please accept our apologies for this last minute change due to circumstances out of our control…
No one has influenced modern filmmaking more than French New Wave pioneer Jean-Luc Godard. He was one of our greatest lyricists on historical trauma, religion, and the legacy of cinema. – Criterion
Are you ready to go look for Jean-Luc Godard? Join our panel of professionals from the Chicago film community to remember the last of the Nouvelle Vague director, and the one with the longest creative arc. And what an arc, from the stylistic fireworks of Breathless (1960), the catastrophic vision of Week-End (1967) or Goodbye to Language (2014)… in 3D!
With Joel Akafou, Villa Albertine resident and film director from Ivory Coast - Sam Flancher, Programmer at the Chicago International Film Festival - Thavary Krouch, independent filmmaker - and Dan Morgan, Professor and Chair, Department of Cinema and Media Studies at The University of Chicago as well as Author of Late Godard and the Possibilities of Cinema.
Everything is cinema!
* Entrée Libre : Students with IDs on-site / .edu addresses online. High school, college, or university.
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