Previously at the ICA - Films
25 Nov 2015
The screening is followed by a Q&A with Jean-Claude Carrière, hosted by film critic Jonathan Romney.
Based on the 1900 novel by Octave Mirbeau, Diary of a Chambermaid tells the story of an alluring chambermaid who enters the service of an eccentric family in rural France.
Shown in 35mm.
Born in 1931 in a village in southern France, Jean-Claude Carrière has led one of the most varied and successful literary careers. After early work with Jacques Tati, Jean-Claude Carrière met Luis Buñuel in 1963, with whom he worked with as writer for twenty years (Belle de Jour, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, That Obscure Object of Desire). Following this, Carrière has since worked with other notable directors including Milos Forman, Louis Malle, Philip Kaufmann, Jonathan Glazer, and Michael Haneke.
Jonathan Romney is a film critic and lecturer; he writes for The Observer, Sight & Sound, Film Comment and others, and teaches at the London College of Communication.
Diary of a Chambermaid, dir. Luis Buñuel, France/Italy 1964, 98 mins.
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Please note that a three minute short film will be screened before the first main feature every evening. Part of a rotating selection that changes weekly, the films shown are currently on tour to various arts venues across the country as part of Playback
The academic partner for the Luis Bunuel: Aesthetics of the Irrational season is the AHRC-funded CHASE Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South-East England.