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THE LITTLE STORY OF GWEN FROM FRENCH BRITTANY (La petite histoire de Gwen la bretonne)” (2008). Directed by Agnès Varda.
Watch to learn what was happening inside the Cinematheque booths while we were dark.
Virtual Panel with Stephanie Allain, Jabari Banks, Samuel L. Jackson, Wendy Raquel Robinson, and Mario Van Peebles. Moderated by ‘Perpetratin’ Realism’ co-curator Dr. Felice Blake and Gil Robertson, President of the AAFCA.
Writer-Director Miranda July is joined in conversation by filmmaker Spike Jonze to discuss her career and latest film KAJILLIONAIRE from Focus Features.
Q&A for Barry Jenkins’ THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD with star Thuso Mbedu, editor Joi McMillon, cinematographer James Laxton, costume designer Caroline Eselin, hair designer Lawrence Davis, and makeup designer Doniella Davy. The panelists join moderator Beandrea July in a discussion of how each creative department brought the character of Cora to life.
Inside look into the making of Coppola’s latest film.
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