THURSDAY, JULY 7 2:30 PM - Screening and musical encounter
"MICKEY ONE" by Arthur Penn
(USA 1965 93 mn VOST). With Warren Beatty, Alexandra Stewart... Music by Eddie Sauter, improvisations by Stan Getz
After escaping from the mafia, a comic actor leaves Detroit for Chicago. But he still fears that his enemies will flush him out...
Screening followed by a meeting with saxophonist Sylvain Rifflet, author of the album "Remember Stan Getz".
WEDNESDAY JULY 13TH 5PM - Concert : Re-creation of Dave Brubeck's album " TIME OUT " by Pierre Fénichel 4tet
Pierre Fénichel : double bass | Vincent Lafont : piano | Mathieu Favre : saxophone | Fred Pasqua : drums
SATURDAY, JULY 16TH 5PM - Musical meeting HARMONICA BLUES
Conference by François Billard, musicologist, with harmonica player Jean-Jacques Milteau, author of the album "Lost Highway".
TUESDAY, JULY 19 2:30 PM - Screening of " BLOW-UP " by Michelangelo Antonioni
(GB-USA-ITA 1967, 111mn,VOST) With David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave, Jane Birkin... Music by Herbie Hancock
In a London park, a young photographer surprises what he thinks is a couple of lovers. He discovers on the film a hand holding a gun and a body lying in the bushes...
FRIDAY JULY 22TH 2:30 PM - Screening and musical encounter " A bout de souffle " by Jean-Luc Godard (1960/FR/89'/VO) followed by a tribute to Martial Solal by Benjamin Moussay : piano solo
Co-writers : Claude Chabrol and François Truffaut With Jean Seberg, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Daniel Boulanger Music : Martial Solal
Marseille, a Tuesday morning. Michel Poiccard steals a U.S. Army car and takes the main road to Paris. Annoyed by a 2CV that doesn't dare pass a truck, Michel overtakes it in the middle of a curve and is chased by a motorcyclist. Panicked, he shoots the policeman with a revolver and flees. The next day, upon arriving in Paris, Michel finds a young American student, Patricia, with whom he is having an open love affair. She wants to become a journalist and, in order to finance her studies at the Sorbonne, sells the New York Herald Tribune on the Champs-Élysées
Conference Room - Alcazar, 52 cours Belsunce 13001 Marseille Free admission as long as seats are available