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Event Info
Dialogue:post-screening discussion presented by Bijou Board with Brittany Borghi and Leah Vonderheide
Series Info
Series:Bijou Film Forum
Women's March
Film Info
Runtime:82 minutes
Director:Agnes Varda
Year Released:1980
Production Country:France

Part of Bijou Film Forum series. FREE for UI students (present student ID at box office) and $6.50 for the general public.

Post-screening dialogue with BRITTANY BORGHI and LEAH VONDERHEIDE.

Brittany will graduate with her MFA from the University of Iowa's Nonfiction Writing Program this spring. A former broadcast journalist, Brittany is deeply interested in the ways that film can capture the essayist impulse. She is currently at work on a book-length project about menacing things in western Pennsylvania, which is also her home.

Leah is a Visiting Assitant Professor of Film Studies in the Department of Cinematic Arts at the University of Iowa. Her recent book review of Delphine Benezet's The Cinema of Agnes Varda: Resistance and Eclecticism can be found in SubStance.

"So fun, so beautiful, so eager to entertain and also enlighten; like all of Varda's documentaries it seems totally effortless."
- Joe Gibson. The Audio Assault

After returning to Los Angeles from France in 1979, Anges Varda created this kaleidoscopic documentary about the striking murals that decorate the city. Bursting with color and vitality, the film is as much an invigorating study of community and diversity as it is an essential catalog of unusual public art.