Bronja Clair on René Clair
À nous la liberté • 15m
Bronja Clair met her future husband in 1924, at the premiere of his film ENTR’ACTE, and became an active participant with him in the French art world. She remembers René Clair and his art in this 1998 interview.
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Directed by René Clair • 1924 • France
One of the seminal films of the surrealist art movement, ENTR’ACTE (1924) brought together three of the great French artists of its time: Francis Picabia, Erik Satie, and René Clair. Presented in two parts as the introduction and intermission of a ballet, E...