Doors at 7:00 PM, Screening at 7:30 PM
@ The Mini - 1329 Main St.
Presented by the UC Center for Film and Media Studies
As a part of the Series: Cities in Motion - Documentaries about Places of Transit
Claire Simon is accomplished filmmaker whose work encompasses both fiction and documentary. In Human Geography, she traces the true stories of some of the thousands of travelers that arrive or depart from the eponymous train station each day. Bound for the suburbs of Paris, the provinces of France, or other European capitals, the trajectories of her subjects intersect in fascinating, mysterious, and ultimately fleeting ways. The film offers compelling and touching insights into a station that is a veritable city within one of the world’s great cities and a key node in a global network of points of contact and missed connections.
Free with $5 suggested donation.