MARSEILLE WITHOUT SUN (MARSEILLE SANS SOLEIL)

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MARSEILLE WITHOUT SUN (MARSEILLE SANS SOLEIL)

Courtesy of Marseille Without Sun

MARCH
16
2:00 PM

Directed by: Paul Carpita

Venue: National Gallery of Art
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MARSEILLE WITHOUT SUN (MARSEILLE SANS SOLEIL) (France, 1961, 17 min.)

Ciné-Concert: Marseille, The Old Port

Three young people shoot a film celebrating their city, the largest port on the Mediterranean and a muse for filmmakers since the birth of cinema, with dramatic, open-air cinematography reminiscent of the French new wave. The filmmaker is Marseille’s self-taught cinéaste Paul Carpita, son of a dockworker and fishmonger, who was passionate about recording the daily life of the working classes. In French with English subtitles. Directed by Paul Carpita. 

All of modern poetry is here . . . the quais, the boats, the dirty room, the great inspiring themes of the literature of the day.  – Henri Langlois.

Introduced by Margaret Parsons, Head, Film Department, National Gallery of Art. Castelli performs his original score for keyboard and percussion. 

Shown with FAITHFUL HEART (COEUR FIDELE).

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

National Gallery of Art

Fourth St. & Constitution Ave., NW

(Metro: Archives/ Navy Memorial) 

East Building Auditorium

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