FACES PLACES – Hull Truck Theatre – Oct 23

Hull Independent Cinema presents: FACES PLACES

23 Oct 2018, Hull Truck Theatre, Hull

Agnès Varda | 2017 | France | Cert 12A | 89 mins | French with English subtitles | Documentary


Advance tickets available from Hull Truck Theatre in person, over the phone (01482) 323638, or online BUY TICKETS NOW

Programme details

Hull Truck Theatre is open all day, so head along early to enjoy a drink or some food from their cafe-bar.

Doors to the screening room open around ten minutes before the performance starts

7:00pm: Programme starts. Introductions and trailers (10 mins). Main feature, FACES PLACES

8:40pm: Programme ends


Marking a long-awaited return to filmmaking in the year of her 90th birthday, FACES PLACES sees iconic filmmaker Agnès Varda forging an unexpected collaboration with photographer JR as they embark on a road trip like no other. The two artists share a passion for images and how they’re created, displayed and shared; Varda through cinema, JR through his emotionally arresting outdoor installations. Inspired by this connection, they set out in JR’s photo booth-enhanced truck, exploring the villages and small towns of rural France and meeting its humble residents – all the while creating large-scale portraits plastered across unconventional locations. What follows is a heart-warming insight into unnamed communities, documented here in Varda’s typically playful and tender manner.

A Cannes Film Festival award-winner and Academy Award nominee, Faces Places is a deeply charming and life-affirming look at not only the subtle power of community but the inspiration that comes from the most cross-generational of friendships.

Starring Agnès Varda, JR, Jeannine Carpentier

Awards and Reviews

Winner – Best Documentary, Academy Awards 2018
Winner – Best Documentary, Independent Spirit Awards 2018
Winner – Golden Eye, Cannes Film Festival

“A movie about itself: the subjects are so warm and wonderful it’s a wise move” – Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

“Magnificently moving, funny, life-affirming, and altogether wonderful ” – David Ehrlich, Indiewire

FACES PLACES is rated 12A. Visit the BBFC website for full details (may include plot spoilers)

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