'Faces Places/Visages Villages' showing at Cinema 10 in Potsdam on Monday
Friday, February 9, 2018 - 5:30 pm

POTSDAM – The 2017 French film “Faces Places / Visages Villages” will be screened for the next installment of Cinema 10 Monday, Feb. 12.

The 89-minute film is directed by JR and Agnès Varda.

At the age of 89, renowned filmmaker Varda teams up with French photographer and environmental artist JR, to photograph and talk to a variety of villagers in agricultural and industrial towns in northern France.

A.O. Scott (New York Times) says Varda invites us to “reflect on the passage of time and the nature of memory, on the mutability of friendship and the durability of art, on the dignity of labor and the fate of the European working class.”

David Ehrlich of IndieWire calls it ‘magnificently moving, funny, life-affirming, and altogether wonderful.”

The film is rated PG for some brief nudity and thematic elements.

All Cinema 10 films are shown on Monday evenings at 7:15 in the Roxy Theater in Potsdam.

Tickets are $5.50 general admission and $45 per season or $4.50 student/senior and $35 per season.

Cinema 10 is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts.

For more information on the film series visit http://www.Cinema10.org.

Other upcoming films include:

• Feb. 26, “The Princess Bride,” 1987, USA, directed by Rob Reiner, 98 minutes, rated PG.

• March 5, “The Florida Project,” 2017, USA, directed by Sean Baker, 111 minutes, rated R.

• March 12, “Human Flow,” 2017, Germany, directed by Ai Weiwei, 140 minutes, rated PG-13, post film discussion.

• March 19, “The Breadwinner,” 2017, Ireland/Canada/Luxembourg, directed by Nora Twomey, 94 minutes, rated PG-13.

• March 26, “Quest,” 2017, USA, directed by Jonathan Olshefski, 104 minutes, not rated.

• April 9, “The Square,” 2017, Sweden/Germany/France/Denmark, directed by Ruben Ostlund, 142 minutes, rated R.

• April 16, “Marjorie Prime,” 2017, USA, directed Michael Almereyda, 99 minutes, not rated.

• April 23, “Ingrid Goes West,” 2017, USA, directed by Matt Spicer, 98 minutes, rated R.