Faces Places - Thursday 4 April - 18:30pm
Faces Places, or Visages Villages, is a charming, award winning documentary, following a pair of unlikely friends travelling across France in a modified van come photographic studio. They meet and immortalise people throughout their journey, by making giant murals from photographs of them. The film's director Agnes Varda is one of the pair, and the other is her junior in years but not in experience, experimental photographer and artist J.R. It was nominated for an Oscar in 2018 making Agnes the oldest person nominated for any competitive Oscar. This screening is presented in French with English subtitles and Dolby 5.1 sound.
2017 | DIR Agnes Varda | M | 1hr 30mins.
Note screenings can, and do, sell out. So please reserve seats so you don't miss your chance to see this film with a Thoughtful Thursday audience. It is free to reserve seats, and of course we would then love you to arrive on the night and pay for them, we also understand that life sometimes happens and you cannot make it. In this case there is no charge, but we will release your reservations at 6:25pm, or earlier if you let us know.
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Why we are showing this film
We are also delighted to be able to show this award winning film in the same week as it is screening for members of Whanganui's Film Society. So if you are a society member and miss it on Monday 1st April, or you want to see it again, but especially if you're not a member of the society, then you'll have a another chance to see this film on a Whanganui cinema screen. It's also perfect if you want to bring a friend along - after all - that's what the film is all about!