Roundtable discussion with director Dominique Cabrera
Sponsored by The Marshal Woods Lectureship Fund
Ms. Cabrera will open the discussion with remarks on the making A Wonderful Spell, and then take questions from the audience.
Born in Algeria in 1957, Dominique Cabrera moved to France in 1962. After studying at the Institut des Hautes études cinématographiques, Ms. Cabrera worked for French television then went on to make three documentaries on socialaly relevant issues (Chronique d'une banlieue ordinaire, Une poste à Courneuve, and Rester là-bas). In 1999 Ms. Cabrera directed her autobiographical feature Demain et encore dema, which she presented at the Providence French Film Festival, along with Nadia et les hippopotames, in 2001. A Wonderful Spell, which achieved wide critical acclaim when it opened in France, is her fifth feature film.
LE GRAND RÔLE
MAGIC LANTERN PRESENTS LA LANTERNE MAGIQUE
LA PETITE LILI
ROGER TOUPIN, ÉPICIER VARIÉTÉ
KINGS AND QUEEN
THE PROPHECY OF THE FROGS
SHE'S ONE OF US
THE STORY OF MARIE AND JULIEN
A TALKING PICTURE
A WONDERFUL SPELL