One Hour Intro/ Jules et Jim & François Truffaut

One of François Truffaut’s most celebrated films, his third feature Jules et Jim would set the tone for a diverse body of work, following on from The 400 Blows and Shoot the Pianist. The film draws together recurrent themes for Truffaut: strong women, impossible love and an ongoing discourse on a crisis in masculinity. This talk will explore these themes and their representations in Jules et Jim, Truffaut’s work more broadly and the film’s legacy on film history.

Led by Sonali Joshi, curator, writer and subtitler, and Founder of Day for Night which champions access, diversity and underrepresented areas of cinema. She has a PhD in French Cinema Studies which focused on French actor Jean-Pierre Léaud.


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Tickets: £4 full, £3 concs