Photo courtesy of Austin Film Society

Last fall, director Chantal Akerman took her own life. Her legacy is unassailable, over 40 films, a significant impact on film and film culture, and a personal vision that will shine through the ages. In this new documentary, her friend and colleague Marianne Lambert shows us new facets of Akerman and her art.

Last fall, director Chantal Akerman took her own life. Her legacy is unassailable, over 40 films, a significant impact on film and film culture, and a personal vision that will shine through the ages. In this new documentary, her friend and colleague Marianne Lambert shows us new facets of Akerman and her art.

Last fall, director Chantal Akerman took her own life. Her legacy is unassailable, over 40 films, a significant impact on film and film culture, and a personal vision that will shine through the ages. In this new documentary, her friend and colleague Marianne Lambert shows us new facets of Akerman and her art.

WHEN

WHERE

AFS Cinema
6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752
https://austinfilm.org/new-release/film-i-dont-belong-anywhere-the-cinema-of-chantal-akerman

TICKET INFO

$7-$10
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