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Kelly Reichardt in Conversation with Amy Taubin

SUN, Apr 29, 2012
4 pm

Second Floor

Kelly Reichardt’s “Oregon trilogy” of feature films—Old Joy, Wendy and Lucy, and Meek’s Cutoff—simultaneously work as finely wrought character studies, revisionist genre films, and evocative parables. She discusses her work with film critic Amy Taubin, who for decades has offered some of the keenest insights into American independent cinema.

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