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The Art of Film

Join us for our monthly film screening series featuring the best in internationally-renowned independent and arts-related movies- The Art of Film.

The Art of Film presents a forum for appreciating movies as an art form. With audience Q&A and talkback sessions with film directors and faculty from Florida Southern College following each screening, this unique Polk Museum series will entertain, engage, and educate audiences of all ages. 

No Home Movie, Chantel Akerman, 2015

No Home Movie, Chantel Akerman, 2015

 No Home Movie (2015)

Director: Chantel Akerman

Synopsis: Filmmaker Chantal Akerman documents the life of her mother Natalia Akerman, a Polish immigrant and survivor of Auschwitz.

Director Bio: Chantal Anne Akerman was a Belgian film director, screenwriter, artist, and film professor at the City College of New York. She is best known for her three hour magnum opus Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, which was dubbed a "masterpiece" by The New York Times.

Doors open at 6:00 pm
Introduction and Screening at 6:30 pm

The Art of Film is free to attend. Cash bar available.

Organized by:
William Allen, Associate Professor of Digital Media, Florida Southern College
Matthew Herbertz, Assistant Professor of Film, Florida Southern College

Registration not necessary but appreciated. Please complete this form to register.

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Earlier Event: August 24
"Heart for Art" Exhibition Reception
Later Event: September 5
After Hours at the Museum