Six et demi, onze
The Fall of the House of Usher
BAMPFA Student Pick!
Live Music: Judith Rosenberg on piano
Epstein collaborated with local Breton fishermen to create this tale of their fear of the very thing that brings them life: the sea. “A masterpiece of silent cinema” (ARTE).
Lecture and booksigning by Sarah Keller. Judith Rosenberg on piano
Two brothers inherit the family fortune; one falls in love with an opera singer who cannot be loved, while the other hopes to rescue him. With short Sa tête.
Introduced by Sarah Keller
The story of a young man from a wealthy family and a perfume girl with whom he falls in love. “A beautifully shot film, bathed in every kind of luminescence” (Anthology Film Archives).
Judith Rosenberg on piano
A woman whose lover and son are chronic gamblers must overcome the hypocrisy of wealth and the corruptions of money in Epstein’s melodrama, starring the great Russian actress Nathalia Lissenko.