On the occasion of his 50th year in cinema, Oscar-winning A Man and a Woman director Claude Lelouch turns his famously swooping, pirouetting camera on himself for this uncommonly revealing auto-portrait. Speaking frankly about his passions and motivations, his successes and failures—and his often contentious relationship with the critics—Lelouch takes us deeply inside his process, and into the soul of the cinema’s most tireless believer in true love and happy endings.

followed by

A Conversation with Claude Lelouch
Where From One Film to Another leaves off, Lelouch will continue in person in this career-spanning dialogue with the Film Society’s Scott Foundas, featuring clips and a Q&A.

  • Directed By Claude Lelouch
  • 2011
  • France
  • French
  • 104 minutes