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Cannes Classics: "Far from Vietnam" and "Wake in Fright"

Rediscover "Far from Vietnam" and "Wake in Fright" at Cannes Classics

At 3 pm today, the Cannes Classics program in Salle Buñuel welcomes viewers to the screening of a new print of Far from Vietnam, a 1967 protest documentary made by a collective of filmmakers: Agnès Varda, Joris Ivens, William Klein, Claude Lelouch, Jean-Luc Godard, Chris Marker, and Alain Resnais. The film is a statement of their opposition to United States aggression in the Vietnam War. The second feature on the bill, in the presence of the film crew, is Wake in Fright by Ted Kotcheff, an Australian outback drama chosen for the Competition in 1971.

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