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New 35mm Print! Jean-Luc Godard, 1966
Thu, June 23, 2005 7 PM
Fri, June 24, 2005 7 PM
As fresh as the day it was made, Jean-Luc Godard's Masculine-Feminine announces itself midway through as being about "the Children of Marx and Coca-Cola," an apt summary of its delirious infatuation with both politics and pop culture.

Please note the location of this screening. Organized into 15 "precise chapters," Masculine-Feminine tells the story of two young lovers in mid-60s' Paris: Paul (New Wave icon Jean-Pierre LÈaud), an idealistic Communist, and Madeleine (pop star Chantal Goya), an aspiring singer. While he ponders his generation's place in the world, she strives for a Top 40 hit, leading their relationship into ever more tortured directions. (103 mins.)

support credits

Season support provided by the Rohauer Collection Foundation and the Corporate Annual Fund of the Wexner Center Foundation.

Contemporary films, international films, and visiting filmmakers presented with support from the Ohio Arts Council.
Josef Albers, Leaf Study IX, c. 1940Leaves on paper28 x 24 ¾ inches© The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ Artists Rights Society New YorkPhoto: Tim Nighswander/Imaging 4 Art

Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933–1957
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