The Passion of Joan of Arc
Carl Dreyer's 1928 classic remains one of the 20th century's most revered formal film experiments. Framing the emotional journey of history and cinema's oft-referenced feminist icon (played unforgettably by Maria Falconetti), we see Joan's final moments in visceral close-up. LA-based electronic composer George Sarah lends the film a new, ethereal score and performs it live in Canada for the first time, along with eight Toronto strings and vocal musicians, in what promises to be a haunting and special night of film and music.
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