|Event Type||FOMA Films, Special Film Screenings, Member Events & Activities, Special Events, Adults|
|Date||Saturday, November 18, 2023|
|Time||7:30pm - 9:30pm (2h)|
Jean-Luc Godard, Franco-Swiss film director, pioneer of the French New Wave film movement in the 1960s was considered the most influential filmmaker of the post-war era. This retrospective highlight some of his most acclaimed films from the New Wave period.
(France, 1963) Directed by Jean-Luc Godard, 110 min., subtitled, not rated
Starring Brigitte Bardot and Jack Palance with a cameo by Fritz Lang, Contempt is a study of a crumbling marriage. Considered one of the masterworks of modern cinema, critics have hailed it as “Godard’s ravishing masterpiece… a meditation on classicism and modernism.”
Admission $7 non-members | $6 FIA members | $5 FOMA members
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