The Department of French and Italian, Jean & Alexander Heard Libraries, W.T. Bandy Center, and Cinema & Media Art present an ongoing series this spring called “Censored: Controversial Art in Modern and Contemporary French Culture”. There will be several film screenings and lectures throughout the semester.
January 27, Central Library, Authors’ Room, 5:30 pm Screening of Louis Malle’s Les Amants, introduced by Andrea Mirabile
February 11, Central Library, Authors’ Room, 5:30 pm Screening of Jean-Luc Godard’s Une Femme mariée, introduced by Anthony Contreras
February 21, Central Library, Authors’ Room, 5:30 pm Screening of Jacques Rivette’s La Religieuse, introduced by Meghan McGinley
French movies with English subtitles.
March 11, Buttrick 206, 3:15 pm Richard Neupert, UGA: La Pointe courte: How Agnes Varda Launched a Career (and a Nouvelle Vague)
April 2, Central Library, Community Room, 5:30 pm Rachel Mesch, Yeshiva University: Missing the Marc: Censorship and Gender Identity in Fin-de-Siècle France
Followed by a reception.
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