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Series | ALL OF US STRANGERS, 45 YEARS, WEEKEND
Los Feliz 3 and Egyptian Theatre
Home / Andrew Haigh: An American Cinematheque Tribute
The American Cinematheque is thrilled to welcome award-winning British writer and director Andrew Haigh for his newest film ALL OF US STRANGERS. Best known for his film 45 YEARS and his breakout debut WEEKEND, Haigh’s films combine romance and sentimentality into everyday beauty.
Andrew Haigh is an award-winning British writer director, whose feature films include A24’s LEAN ON PETE, IFC’s Sundance Selects’ 45 YEARS and breakout hit, WEEKEND. Haigh served as an executive producer as well as the lead writer-director on HBO show ‘Looking,’ starring Jonathan Groff and Murray Bartlett. His most recent television project was a five-part adaptation of ’The North Water’ for BBC & AMC.
Los Feliz 3 | Q&A with filmmaker Andrew Haigh. Moderated by Barry Jenkins.
Egyptian Theatre | Q&A with filmmaker Andrew Haigh. Moderated by Alonso Duralde.
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