Attend this film event: "An Evening With Michael Almereyda" [Paradise + Street screenings] @ the HFA

Paradise (2009)

Michael Almereyda made a big indie stir with his 1994 vampire movie Nadja followed up in 2000 with his post-modern version of Hamlet starring Ethan Hawke. Since then he has kept a low profile making non-fiction films, including Paradise (2009), which is essentially a visual diary recording everyday epiphanies. It will be screened along with In the Street (1948), a 12 minute portrait of East Harlem life made by legendary film critic James Agee along with photographer Helen Levitt and Janice Loeb. It's all part of An Evening With Michael Almereyda, and the director himself will be on hand to introduce and discuss the movies at the Harvard Film Archive in the Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy St, Cambridge | Monday, February 13 @ 7 pm | 617. 495.4700 or


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