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A Nos Amours
Screening rare, over-looked or especially good films.
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A Nos Amours May 15
Happy to have helped nudge into UK awareness this fine reminder of the evils of fascism and the need & value of a European project. Lest we forget!
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Robert Beeson Apr 12
Finalising the poster for Memoir of War brings back happy memories of the critical reception for India Song back in 1977.
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A Nos Amours May 15
Duras’ novel La douleur adapted by Emmanuel Finkiel as Memoir of War, showing tonight at Institut français...
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Institut français UK May 3
Adapted from her semi-autobiography, is a poetic flashback to Marguerite Duras’s memories of . + intro by filmmaker & co-founder Adam Roberts on 15 May as part of 15 - 31 May at 👉
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Silver Press 🌙 Apr 30
My Mother Laughs by Chantal Akerman tr. is now available for pre-order! With an Introduction by and Afterword by
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A Nos Amours May 1
Just to say: this book along with other Akerman publications to be given London launch (with a screening) on Sept 24th... details to follow.
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WFTHN May 1
Chantal Akerman: Afterlives - a new book edited by Marion Schmid (Edinburgh) and Emma Wilson (Cambridge) that celebrates the work of the late filmmaker
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Barack Obama Apr 30
Condolences to the family of John Singleton. His seminal work, Boyz n the Hood, remains one of the most searing, loving portrayals of the challenges facing inner-city youth. He opened doors for filmmakers of color to tell powerful stories that have been too often ignored.
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A Nos Amours Apr 29
And there's more: Claire Denis in person for a Q&A to follow her new film High Life
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A Nos Amours Apr 29
Straub & Huillet continues in the velvety, lovely confines of Ciné Lumière. History Lesson has an intro from friend of A Nos Amours Michael Witt.
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A Nos Amours Apr 20
“Carolee Schneemann has been in permanent revolt—against misogyny and its myriad concealed weapons and malevolent instruments, against body hatred and beauty killers, against repressive ideologies and their cowardly enablers”
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A Nos Amours Mar 30
Watch “SANS TOI, AGNÈS” by on
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A Nos Amours Mar 29
In these horrible rupturing times, a great new recording of the most beautiful of French music: Chausson’s Poème de l'amour et de la mer w/Véronique Gens. Music about lost love, which is apt, headed as we are into an unknowing void. Listen and weep.
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A Nos Amours Mar 22
Peltz Gallery with ⁦⁩ present a wonderful exhibition about Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen’s work and practice. This is a card for Mulvey’s speaking part in Riddles of the Sphinx. Well worth checking out.
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A Nos Amours Mar 12
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A Nos Amours Mar 12
The Female Film Force — funding for women film-makers...
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Roger Clarke Mar 10
See this image of Bruce Chatwin writing at his desk? One day in the last few months of his life I was flat-sitting and the phone on that desk rang. It only ever rang once ever. I answered it. It was Werner Herzog.
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A Nos Amours Mar 10
The wonderful, unforgettable scene in Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace in which Thomasin McKenzie finds bees do not necessarily sting...
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Richard Brody Mar 8
In memory of Michael Gielen, who died today at the age of 91; he conducted the performances of Schoenberg's Moses und Aron, & Von Heute auf Morgen, in the films by Straub/Huillet (he's seen in the latter film, where the orchestra is beside the stage:
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A Nos Amours Mar 6
Straub/Huillet retrospective is in full swing at BFI, ICA, Goethe, Close Up etc. Perfect copies, lovely introductions AND a booklet. No excuses! Details at
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