Film Screening – PIERRE SCHOENDOERFFER – The Sentinel of Memory
Pierre Schoendoerffer, the Sentinel of Memory is the first feature length documentary about French writer and filmmaker Pierre Schoendoerffer directed by Raphael Millet in 2011. Pierre Schoendoerffer revisits his life and career, focusing on the impact that his experience as a war cinematographer or the French army in the Indochina War had on him, as well as a war reporter in the Vietnam War when he filmed his 1967 Academy Award winning documentary the Anderson Platoon. The film also features interviews with Raoul Coutard, Constantin Costa-Gavras and Jacques Perrin. In French with English subtitles.
Date: Sunday 7th April 2019 at 2pm
Venue: Selegie Arts Centre, 30 Selegie Road.
Admission is free. Places are limited, please register at Shirlene@phish-comms.com to reserve seats now!
This screening is part of the exhibition Battlefield Lens Photographers of Indochina Wars 1950 – 1975 which presents 80 photographs of the Indochina Wars that spanned close to three decades in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. More information HERE