80s Altman—A Film Series
Thursday, May 23 through Monday, June 24, 2013
Library for the Performing Arts
Throughout the 1970s, Robert Altman directed some of the most iconic and influential films of the decade, including M*A*S*H, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, and The Long Goodbye. It's a widely held view that his career subsequently went into decline until he made a "comeback" in 1992 with The Player. In the interim, Altman continued to make films, exploring new directions, and producing interesting works, including a series of films based on adaptations of stage plays. 80s Altman examines several films of one of cinema's great filmmakers from this period, including Popeye, Streamers, and Fool for Love.
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