SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER, 17.00, THE RED LION
An intriguing cross-country journey exploring poverty, thrift and the curious position of scavenging in French history and culture.
Agnès Varda became fascinated with the 1857 painting The Gleaners by Jean-François Millet and in response, spent eight months following 'scavengers' of all conceptions - from those picking throw other's leftovers to artists who would create with found objects. This is a film about value and what people treasure, and a captivating glimpse into the meaning we put into things.
France 2000 Dir Agnès Varda 82 min
This screening will be presented with on screen English subtitles. Please note, this film contains infrequent mild bad language.