Get an insider?s look at working with Bertrand Tavernier through a panel discussion with three of his regular collaborators: director Jean Achache, cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn, and film editor Ariane Boeglin. One of France?s premiere directors, screenwriters, and producers, Bertrand Tavernier has directed over 50 feature-length films and won many awards, including five C?sar Awards, four Berlin Film Festival awards, a Best Director Award (Cannes Film Festival), a Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award. The panelists will analyze clips from Tavernier?s films, and discuss aspects of his filmmaking style, such as preparation and scouting, using flashbacks within shots, strong presence of cinema within his movies, and use of film editing to render impressions of violence, panic and improvisation. In English and is free and open to the public.
Sponsor(s)
Humanities & Sciences:
Humanities & Sciences:
University of Richmond
Speaker(s)
Pierre-William Glenn, Jean Achache & Ariane Boeglin
Audience
All ( Open to the public )
Contact Information
Kirkpatrick, Peter S.
8048273425
pkirk@vcu.edu
Special Needs
Kirkpatrick, Peter S.
8048273425
pkirk@vcu.edu