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Wandering Lost Souls: Cinéphile Sundays at Wellesley

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All Cinéphile Sunday films screen at 3:00 PM in Collins Cinema, Wellesley College.


Since its earliest days, cinema has cut the human subject free of its moorings; Siegfried Kracauer saw in certain films an “unhappy homeless soul [moving] like a stranger through the world of normal reality.”  The image of wandering souls haunts us, and so we pursue these lost souls throughout our spring film series—from past to present, from earth to space, from fiction to science fiction, from memory to magic…souls wandering through the universe of film.


 


Wandering Lost Souls: Cinéphile Sundays at Wellesley


A Trip to the Moon by Georges Méliès, France, 1902 and


Aelita: Queen of Mars by Yakov Protazanov, Soviet Union, 1924


February 10


 


Wandering Lost Souls: Cinéphile Sundays at Wellesley


La Jetée by Chris Marker, France, 1962 and


Alphaville: Une étrange aventure de Lemmy Caution by Jean-Luc Godard, France, 1965


February 24


 


Wandering Lost Souls: Cinéphile Sundays at Wellesley


Yeelen (Brightness)


By Souleymane Cissé, Mali/Portugal, 1989


March 3


 


Wandering Lost Souls: Cinéphile Sundays at Wellesley


The Tree of Life


By Terrence Malick, France, 2011


March 31


 


Wandering Lost Souls: Cinéphile Sundays at Wellesley


Spirited Away (Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi)


By Hayao Miyazaki, Japan, 2001


April 21


 


Wandering Lost Souls: Cinéphile Sundays at Wellesley


Melancholia


By Lars von Trier, Czech Republic, 2011


May 5


 


 

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