World premiere online Nov. 12-15
from the novel by Albert Camus
An original, multimedia adaptation and critical investigation of Albert Camus’ classic novel ‘L’Etranger’, or ‘The Stranger’, told with a combination of Punch and Judy-style hand puppets and noir/new-wave inspired cinema animation. This brutally comedic tale set during the colonial occupation of Algeria by France creates a timeless conversation about cultural alienation, the brutal lack of empathy in white society, and the devastating effects of oppression on society and the soul.
Limited screening Nov. 12-15
free of charge
Thursday premiere - 7pm with talk back
Friday at 7pm
Saturday at 7pm
Sunday discussion 11am-1pm, screening at 1pm
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