A Master Class on Filmmaking with Gaspar Noé
On Wednesday, October 28, Filmmaker Magazine will be presenting at the IFP’s Made in New York Media Center a Master Class on filmmaking with the provocative Paris-based, Argentinian auteur Gaspar Noé. As his latest film, Love, a romantic melodrama with hardcore sex and shot in 3D, prepares to hit American screens, we’ll be screening Noé‘s first, rarely-screened picture, Carne, and then discussing his subsequent work. With its widescreen cinematography, William Castle-ish flourishes and spasms of ultra-violence, Carne, a tale of a racist horse-meat butcher in the South of France bent on avenging what he believes to be the rape of his young daughter, lays the template for much of Noé’s future work. We’ll be screening this film as well as clips from his others, and we’ll be talking in-depth about his filmmaking. Tickets available here at the link.
Related: Brandon Harris interviews Noé for the release of Enter the Void.