“Chillingly real, spectacular, electrifying.” — The Guardian
Part of our film series "Space. Time. Light."
Ted Walch, Endowed Chair for Cinema Studies at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles will explore the language of film as he examines three landmark films, varied in tone and texture, which sculpt their stories through Space and Time and Light.
$12 each / $30 series
Full Starlight menu available
Mr. Walch previously delighted Port Townsend audiences with his presentations of THE 400 BLOWS and OLIVER TWIST. Walch comes to the Starlight after his fifth
summer in Paris researching François Truffaut, for his forthcoming book about THE 400 BLOWS entitled What Are We Going to Do About the Kid?: Francoise Truffaut, Jean-Pierre Léaud, and the Making of The 400 Blows.
Other films in this series include: CHINATOWN
Roman Polanski / USA / 1974 / 130 min.
Saturday, August 11, 11:00 a.m.
Y TU MAMÁ TAMBIÉN
Alfonso Cuarón / Mexico / 106 min. In Spanish
Sunday, August 12, 12:00 p.m.
About the CHILDREN OF MEN:
When infertility threatens mankind with extinction and the last child born has perished, a disillusioned bureaucrat (Clive Owen) becomes the unlikely champion in the fight for the survival of Earth's population; He must face down his own demons and protect the planet's last remaining hope from danger. Also starring Julianne Moore, Michael Caine, Chiwetel Ejiofor.