See these films: "An Evening with Rose Lowder" at the Paramount

Most films don't really give an audience a chance to see; they're too busy manipulating responses with rapid editing and special effects. The films of French avant-garde artist Rose Lowder, however, are intended to stimulate perception, not reaction. The meticulously constructed frame-by-frame studies of the commonplace - such as Les tournesols colorés, a mesmerizing look at a field of sunflowers - provoke new awareness of what it means to look and discover. See for yourself at the ArtsEmerson program "An Evening with Rose Lowder," which includes a discussion with the filmmaker herself at the Paramount Center, 559 Washington St, Boston | February 11 @ 7 pm | $10; $5 students | 617.824.8000 or

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