Hal Hartley Films to Screen at Rio’s Caixa Cultural Until February

"O Cinema de Hal Hartley" (The Cinema of Hal Hartley) will exhibit 14 feature lengths of the American director, and will also include debates and a workshops on cinematographic screenwriting.

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This Tuesday, January 23rd, Caixa Cultural, in Centro, opens the film exhibit "O Cinema de Hal Hartley" (The Cinema of Hal Hartley), dedicated to the renowned American director and screenwriter. Until February 4th, the festival will screen 14 of Hartley's feature lengths and promote debates and a screenwriting course.

The director of "Trust" (1990), "Amateur" (1994) and "Henry Fool" (1997) is considered one of the most important names for the American independent cinema from the 1980s and 1990s. Known for a filmography with straight-faced humor, Hartley has already earned . . .

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