AEMI Discussion with Benjamin Cooke: Anne Charlotte Robertson

20 January 2016

AEMI (Artists’ & Experimental Moving Image) presents a discussion with Benjamin Cooke, Director of LUX, on film artist Anne Charlotte Robertson and her legacy, in association with LUX, IFI and TBG+S.
Wednesday 20th January 2016 | 6.30pm

Wednesday 20th January 2016
6.30pm | Screening at IFI | For more information and to book your tickets click here.
8pm | Discussion at TBG+S | Free admission, all welcome. Book your free ticket here.

AEMI (Artists’ & Experimental Moving Image) presents a discussion at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios with Benjamin Cooke, Director of LUX, on film artist Anne Charlotte Robertson and her legacy, in association with LUX, IFI and TBG+S. Prior to the discussion AEMI presents its inaugural screening of the work of Anne Charlotte Robertson in a programme curated and introduced by Benjamin Cook, in association with Harvard Film Archive.

Begun in the early 1980s and running to over thirty eight hours of Super 8 film, Anne Charlotte Robertson’s Five Year Diary stands as one of the major works of diary film-making. The films are an intimate and exhaustively narrated chronicle of her daily life in Framingham, Massachusetts and her battles with depression, paranoia, and borderline schizophrenia.

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