Inspirations: Schnitzler - Ophüls - Kubrick
Arthur Schnitzler was an expert in revealing double moral standards and hypocrisy. This Austrian Fin de Siècle writer (1862-1931) inspired many artists and musicians: filmmakers like Stanley Kubrick and Max Ophüls created unforgettable movies based upon his works. In cooperation with the Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies at the University of Alberta, Metro Cinema screens two masterpieces of film history: La Ronde, and Eyes Wide Shut.
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Professor Bill Beard, from the University of Alberta Film Studies Department, will give a brief introduction before each film.
Poster design by Matt Whitson.>
- Nov 21 (2012) @ 6:45pm
- Nov 28 (2012) @ 7pm