Clouds of Sils Maria
Sils Maria
Showings
St. Anthony Main Theatre 3Sun, Apr 12, 2015 4:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
St. Anthony Main Theatre 1Wed, Apr 15, 2015 7:10 PM Event Date Passed
 
Film Info
English Title:Clouds of Sils Maria
Programs:Special Presentations
Tags:Drama
Motionpoems
Literature
Voice Category:Travel the World
Release Year:2014
Runtime:124
Type:Narrative Feature
Country:France
Switzerland
Germany
USA
Belgium
Language:English
French
German
Swiss German
Print Source:IFC Films
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/122399946
Cast/Crew
Director:Olivier Assayas
Producer:Charles Gillibert
Cinematographer:Yorick Le Saux
Editor:Marion Monnier
Principal Cast:Juliette Binoche
Kristen Stewart
Chloë Grace Moretz
Lars Eidinger
Johnny Flynn
Screenwriter:Olivier Assayas
Filmography:Something in the Air (2012)
Description

Screening with Motion Poems short films Creased Map of the Underworld, April 12, and I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast, April 15.

At the peak of her international career, Maria Enders is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years ago, only this time she will take the role of the older woman. Seeking refuge in Sils Maria, a remote region of the Alps, to rehearse the play, she takes stock in her career and her unknown future with her young assistant. Director Olivier Assayas takes pleasure in being coy by with his two stars—Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart—as he knowingly layers references to their own lives and roller coaster careers.

SCREENING WITH:

Creased Map of the Underworld
Motion Poems
Country: USA | Language: English | Runtime: 4 min
Director(s): Bryan Michurski

Nothing is so beautiful as death, thinks Death. Bryan Michurski bundles Kim Addonizio's lovely river in which the names are carefully entered" in yarn and wool and fur and light.

I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast
Motion Poems
Country: USA | Language: English | Runtime: 3 min
Director(s): Dan Sickles

"It looked like a pancake, but it was... the fist of God on a head of wheat, milk, the unborn child of an unsuspecting chicken—all beaten to batter and drizzled into a pan."

"Watch what happens when you eat the sun, the air, the rain in Dan Sickles' adaptation of Melissa Studdard's 'I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast.'"



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