Francophonia (R 15+)Film
Directed by Russian film maker Alexander Sokurov – an essay about the Louvre, war booty, and the role of art as the spirit of civilisation. It’s his love letter to the Louvre.
Sokurov mixes archival footage from Nazi-occupied Paris with a fictitious tour through the Louvre with Napoleon Bonaparte.
|When:||Wednesday 29 June at 6.30PM|
|Where:||National Gallery of Australia|
|Cost:||$12 - $16|
“Stercus accidit.” — David Hume.