Sunday, May 20, 2007

Isabelle Huppert - ACMI Screening Times

The following will likely only be of interest if you're in Melbourne. I've put together the film screening times in a form that's more convenient for me than the ACMI website.

Isabelle Huppert: Woman of Many Faces
An exhibition of photographic portraits of the iconic French actress by leading international photographers.
Thu 14 Jun - Tue 10 Jul 2007, Open daily

Ma mère (My Mother, Christophe Honore, 2004) (R)
Fri 29 Jun 2007, 7pm

La dentellière (The Lacemaker, Claude Goretta, 1977) (MA)
Fri 29 Jun 2007, 9.15pm

Sauve qui peut (la vie) (Slow Motion, Jean-Luc Godard, 1980) (Unclassified)
Sat 30 Jun 2007, 4.30pm

Loulou (Maurice Pialat, 1980) (Unclassified)
Sat 30 Jun 2007, 6.30pm

Coup de foudre (Entre Nous, Diane Kurys, 1983) (Unclassified)
Sat 30 Jun 2007, 9pm

Cactus (Paul Cox, Australia, 1986) (M)
Sun 1 Jul 2007, 4.45pm

La séparation (The Separation, Christian Vincent, 1994) (M)
Sun 1 Jul 2007, 7pm

Merci pour le chocolat (Nightcap, Claude Chabrol, 2000) (Unclassified)
Mon 2 Jul 2007, 6.45pm (also Sat 7 Jul 2007, 9pm)

Une affaire des femmes (Story of Women, Claude Chabrol, 1988) (M)
Mon 2 Jul 2007, 9pm

Madame Bovary (Claude Chabrol, 1991) (PG)
Tue 3 Jul 2007, 7pm

Le temps du loup (Time of the Wolf, Michael Haneke, 2003) (MA)
Thu 5 Jul 2007, 6.45pm

Amateur (Hal Hartley, USA, 1994) (M)
Thu 5 Jul 2007, 9pm

La pianiste (The Piano Teacher, Michael Haneke, Germany, 2001) (R)
Fri 6 Jul 2007, 6.45pm

I Heart Huckabees (David O. Russell, USA, 2004) (M)
Fri 6 Jul 2007, 9.15pm

Heaven's Gate (Michael Cimino, USA, 1980) (M)
Sat 7 Jul 2007, 4.45pm

Merci pour le chocolat (Nightcap, Claude Chabrol, 200) (Unclassified)
Sat 7 Jul 2007, 9pm (also Mon 2 Jul 2007, 6.45pm)

Saint-Cyr (Patricia Mazuy, 2000) (Unclassified)
Sun 8 Jul 2007, 5pm

8 femmes (8 Women, François Ozon, 2002) (M)
Sun 8 Jul 2007, 7.15pm

La vie promise (The Promised Life, Olivier Dahan, 2002) (Unclassified)
Mon 9 Jul 2007, 7pm

La cérémonie (The Ceremony, Claude Chabrol, 1995) (M)
Tue 10 Jul 2007, 7pm

3 comments:

Maya said...

We're allowed to envy you, right? Heh. Looking forward to your coverage.

Paul Martin said...

Michael, I think the line-up looks very impressive. While the Melbourne International Film Festival is Australia's premier film event, the Isabelle Huppert season is screening the types of films that I especially look out for among the 3-400 films screened each year.

This season should be a real treat for people with a similar taste in cinema.

cineboy said...

Although I am more inclined to appreciate a festival that focuses on a single director than a single actor, it seems to me that Huppert is a good choice. I am a bit surprised that Godard's Passion (1982) is not on the bill. Maybe Huppert's just not prominant enough in the film, but that's one of Godard's later films that I actually liked - if that's the right word.