Film Comment Selects: An Evening with Christopher Nolan

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November 28 at 7:00pm

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From his auspicious debut with the micro-budget Following through to the mind-bending Inception, Christopher Nolan has emerged as that rare contemporary filmmaker whose work is as intensely embraced, analyzed and debated by fanboys, critics and academics. One of the most innovative storytellers and image makers at work in movies today, Nolan has segued seamlessly from the margins of independent cinema to the top of the Hollywood A-list without compromising his artistic integrity or his desire to test the narrative possibilities of commercial movies. This is especially true of his extraordinary Dark Knight trilogy, an epic, politically and socially pointed re-imagining of the Batman franchise launched in 2005 with Batman Begins and culminating in this summer’s masterful The Dark Knight Rises. We are pleased to welcome Christopher Nolan for this special program about the making of the Dark Knight films and the many other facets of his remarkable career, featuring film clips and an extended conversation moderated by Film Comment contributing editor Scott Foundas.

Get excited for this unforgettable event by reading Scott Foundas' review of The Dark Knight Rises in Film Comment!

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Film Comment Selects: An Evening with Christopher Nolan

Film Comment Selects: An Evening with Christopher Nolan

| 120 mins

We are pleased to welcome Christopher Nolan for this special program about the making of the Dark Knight films and the many other facets of his remarkable career, featuring film clips and an extended conversation moderated by Film Comment contributing editor Scott Foundas.

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