Directed by Agnès Varda. One of 2017’s most enchanting and moving films finds 88-year-old French New Wave veteran Agnès Varda traveling across rural France with 33-year-old French photographer and muralist JR. While musing about art, life, and impermanence, the two interview and photograph people from various walks of life, and fashion the images into large public art installations. “[An] unassuming masterpiece [and a] celebration of artisanal production (including cinema), worker solidarity, and the photographic arts in the face of mortality” —Film Comment. (France, 2017, subtitles, color, Blu-ray, 89 min.) Screenings co-sponsored by the United Labor Agency and North Shore Federation of Labor.
Admission $10, CMA members and card-carrying union members $7