Film events and Master Classes
| 78 minutes | 1995
A feature built on the intimate, existential journey of a young Bohemian. The film launched the career of the famous Québécois director and cinematographer. André drops out of his life in Montreal to meet up with his girlfriend in Istanbul, where he tries to talk her out of having an abortion. Turpin delivers an aesthetically destabilizing first act followed by a second act in which he first displays his legendary fascination with time. Inspired by Wenders and Tarkovsky, the young director films his protagonist’s inner poetry, revealing a life-long fascination with the possibilities of cinema.
In a class by itself, the cult film poem that is India Song invents “a new way of saying things.”1 Quintessential Durassian cinema. In the languid days...
FRANCE | 78 minutes | 1975
A special Gondry screening as Home Movie Factory sets up in Montreal.From September 1 to October 15, Michel Gondry’s Home MovieFactory will give aspiring...
UNITED STATES | 78 minutes | 2004
Vintage cult film about a politician, a ruthless killer and a woman’s bloodcurdling scream in the night. De Palma’s 1981 classic is a dark tale that...
Screening with live commentary
UNITED STATES | 78 minutes | 1981
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