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Poll: Cinémathèque Française Summer 2017

The Cinémathèque Française was founded by Henri Langlois in 1936 to conserve film, costumes, posters and other treasures of cinema. Today, housed in a Frank Gehry building in Paris, it presents exhibitions and screenings from the history of cinema.

Which of these screening series for Summer 2017 would you choose to attend?

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    John Boorman at an event for Deliverance (1972)

    John Boorman: "Broke with his documentary background to attack all cinematic genres with the aim of renewing them."
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    Greta Garbo with her mentor Mauritz Stiller, 1925.

    Mauritz Stiller: The "inventor" of Greta Garbo and contributor to the "Swedish school" of the 1920s, which contributed greatly to the language of film.
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    Andrei Tarkovsky

    Andrei Tarkovsky: "In just seven features, Russian director Tarkovsky left an indelible mark on world cinema."
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    Alan Arkin in Freebie and the Bean (1974)

    Good Cop, Bad Cop: More than thirty American police films from the 60s and 70s.
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    Kagemusha (1980)

    Plein les Yeux!: Grand spectacles of cinema, from historical, mythological and utopian tales to realist drama and musicals.
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    Legions of the Nile (1959)

    Vittorio Cottafavi: A rediscovery of the Italian filmmaker, often rejected by critics, but now appreciated for intelligent melodramas or grand historical adventure.
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    Alejandro Sieveking, Antonia Zegers, Alfredo Castro, Rafael Spregelburd, José Balmaceda, Enrique Soto, Andrés Chapero, Antonio Becerro, Nuria Hidalgo, Francisco Camus, Juana Viale, Marcela Said, Elvis Fuentes, Paola Lattus, Augusto Matte, and Joaquin Mussio in Los Perros (2017)

    Semaine de la Critique: A repeat of the well-known screening series from this year's Cannes Festival.
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    Le fauteuil 47 (1937)

    French Cinema of the 1930s: Rare titles from the Cinémathèque archives.

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