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From 28 February 2019

Faces Places Visages Villages

Agnès Varda, JR / France / 2017 / 89 min / Slovene subtitles, French

Agnès Varda joins teams up with artist street JR, who shares her love for regular people and their stories to create a warm and soulful road movie - a moving meditation on friendship, transience and the power of art. Winner for Best Documentary at Cannes, and nominated for an Academy Award.

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The Little Story of Gwen from French Brittany

This biographical short is a film about friendship and Gwen Deglise and the Director’s first meeting in France many years prior, Gwen’s journey to Los Angeles, and her eventual discovery of the American Cinematheque in LA, where the women reunite many times over the years to celebrate film.

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