A Conversation with David Cronenberg
EVENT NOTICE (updated 11:55 a.m. Saturday, January 21): This program will take place as scheduled.
In this wide-ranging conversation, David Cronenberg will look at his remarkable body of work, discussing the themes and motifs of his films, from his early experimental works and horror films to the accomplished, adventurous adaptations of recent years. The dialogue will include clips from many of his films, and will be moderated by Chief Curator David Schwartz. Also screened will be Cronenberg’s short films Camera (2000, 6 mins.) and At the Suicide of the Last Jew in the World in the Last Cinema in the World (2007, 4 mins.).
This event is sold out. We are no longer taking names for our waiting list. Tickets are available for a video simulcast in the 68-seat Bartos Screening Room: $15 public / $10 Museum members (includes Museum admission). To purchase a ticket for the Bartos theater simulcast, click here.
Co-presented as part of the Consulate General of Canada’s Canada in Conversation series.