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Pierre-William Glenn

“The Cannes CST, the body responsible for projection’s technical aspects at the Cannes Festival, was delighted to be working with Christie®.”

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    COUSIN JULES

    Dominique Benicheti France, 1972

    Dominique Benicheti’s undeservedly under-known documentary is a revelation. A truly original encounter with two people and a vanishing way of life, this portrait of a rural farmer and his wife was decades ahead of its time in immersing an audience in the working life of those too often unseen.

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    OUT 1, NOLI ME TANGERE - EPISODES 1 & 2

    Jacques Rivette France, 1971

    Here it is: the “Holy Grail of cinephilia!” One of the most enthralling cinematic experiences of all time, Jacques Rivette’s elusive 13-hour masterpiece Out 1 was originally conceived as a series. The film version consists of 8 feature-length episodes, and it all begins right here. Get ready…

    OUT 1, NOLI ME TANGERE - EPISODES 7 & 8

    Jacques Rivette France, 1971

    Even Out 1 has an end! Rivette’s mammoth film ironically fell into obscurity after its premiere, remaining invisible for decades. It’s been a long-time dream of ours to present this ghostly pinnacle of the French New Wave in its entirety—a prodigiously playful new kind of epic. Happy binge-watching.

    OUT 1, NOLI ME TANGERE - EPISODES 3 & 4

    Jacques Rivette France, 1971

    The show must go on! We get deeper into the mysterious wonders of this impossible object, a monumental work that resists pigeonholing as much as it defies storytelling, whose plot seems to be shaped as a hidden secret. In Rivette’s words: “the film swallows everything up and finally auto-destructs”.

    OUT 1, NOLI ME TANGERE - EPISODES 5 & 6

    Jacques Rivette France, 1971

    Is there a hidden order of things? This is one of the questions Rivette seems to be asking himself and the audience throughout the gargantuan running time of his magnum opus. Secret societies, cryptic riddles, double identities, enigmatic conspiracies… Modernism doesn’t get any better than this.

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