Chantal Akerman: My Mother Laughs (Ma mere rit)

Directed by Zena Zezza: Dialogues Event

My Mother Laughs (Ma mere rit) is a performative reading of Chantal Akerman’s prose, written during her mother’s illness, shortly

The Wind Crosses the Brown Land, Unheard.

Directed by Zena Zezza: Dialogues Event

Taking as their starting point Chantal Akerman’s first filmic meditations on the American landscape, Sud and De l’autre Côté, curator

Chantal Akerman: La passion de l’intime / An Intimate Passion

Directed by Zena Zezza: Dialogues Event

A presentation by Bérénice Reynaud. In the words of French art critic Elisabeth Lebovici, “Chantal Akerman’s cinema is within [us],”

Errant Soul: From East to West and In Between

Directed by Zena Zezza: Dialogues Event

Errant Soul presents two approaches to Chantal Akerman’s films, one stemming from her Jewish identity and the other from the