An Evening with Claire Denis
- 70 Minutes
- Saturday, November 10, 2012 7:00 p.m.
Claire Denis is one of the greatest filmmakers working in the cinema today - period. Her films are visually stunning, technically accomplished and thematically complex. And, in the words of Andrew Hussey of The Observer, she is “fearless”. Her solidarity with the disenfranchised and her sometimes frightening intelligence leads to incisive critiques of the way the personal and political become intertwined, but ultimately invites us to determine what lines are being crossed.
Sponsored by the Ove W Jorgensen Foundation, the Black Film Center/Archive, Department of Communication and Culture, and IU Cinema. Special thanks to Institut français in France, Unifrance, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, Jean-Francois Rochard and Delphine Selles.