What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

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What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

Special Screening
Special One-Time Screening
Part of the One Take Documentary Series series.

Duration: 

98m

Rating: 

Not Rated

About the Film:

“The most powerful, loved, and hated film critic of her time.” – Roger Ebert on Pauline Kael (1919-2001).

In a field that has historically embraced few women film critics, Kael was charismatic, controversial, witty, and discerning. Her decades-long berth at The New Yorker energized her fans (“Paulettes”) and infuriated her detractors on a weekly basis. Her turbo-charged prose famously championed the New Hollywood Cinema of the late 1960s and ‘70s (BONNIE AND CLYDE, NASHVILLE, CARRIE, TAXI DRIVER) and the work of major European directors (François Truffaut, Bernardo Bertolucci), while mercilessly panning some of the biggest studio hits (THE SOUND OF MUSIC, MIDNIGHT COWBOY, DIRTY HARRY).

The Jan. 14 showing will be followed by a Skype Q&A with director Rob Garver.

"What She Said: The Art Of Pauline Kael" Trailer