Jean-Baptiste Thoreau, director, we owe him We blew it Where Tario Argento sighed on the distant sidewalk, A preview will be presented in Claremont on Friday 17th September at 8pm. Michael Simino, an American Mirage. Released in November, the film depicts road pictures from Los Angeles to Colorado. Over 2,500 miles to locate the locations of his films with director Michael Simino Duck, First with Clint Eastwood in 1974 The journey to the end of hell 1978 with Christoph Vulcan and Robert De Niro Year of the Dragon With Mickey Rourke in 1985, At the gate of heaven 1980 starring Chris Christopherson and Christoph Vulcan. Michael died on July 2, 2016 at the age of 77, but his pictures live on.
Frederick Legomte, director of the Alain-Resnais Cinema, presents Jean-Baptiste Thorte. “He is very attractive in the subjects he has mastered. He is a monument to film enthusiasts in France, author, researcher, writer, director, author, film critic. He has also worked in French culture.”
From September 15 to 28, Guillermo Cinema is part of the “Play Again” Festival, a special theme organized by ADRC (Regional Film Development Corporation) on “Yesterday’s Movies in Today’s.” An association formed by the Ministry of Culture to promote cinema development throughout the region.
Monday, September 20, at 7 p.m., Duck Michael Simino occupies the screen for a screening (on VOST).
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