Sunday, November 12, 2017 - 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Chiego Lecture Hall
This fall, filmmaker George Ozuna curates a selection of four films related to the artist Chuck Ramirez. Ozuna introduces each selection, discusses connections to Ramirez, and afterward offers Q & A. Refreshments are available 30 minutes before each screening.
Objects have meaning only in the context of their relationship to Mr. Hulot and the people who inhabit director Jacques Tati’s cinematic world. An odd, whimsical, affectionate view of human nature, as the annoyances of life are magnified and observed on a seaside vacation. France. 1953. French with English subtitles. 84 min. B/W. NR.
Some films may not be appropriate for all audiences. Free with Museum admission.