Previously at the ICA - Films
28 Sep 2013
Through his emblematic themes — work, love, desire, death and immortality — this film follows Michals as he revisits favourite places: Pittsburgh, the industrial steel town of his childhood and his earliest discoveries, New York, a city that symbolizes creativity and desire, where he has lived for many years with his partner, Fred, and Vermont, for contact with nature and its changing seasons, and the derelict hotel where he works.
Followed by a Q&A with director Camille Guichard.
The Man who Invented Himself — Duane Michals, dir Camille Guichard, France 2012, 85 mins, English, French subtitles
All films are 18+ unless otherwise stated.
Festival Sponsored by Edwin Fox Foundation