Le Cinéma Club Relaunches With Claire Denis’s Very Rare Keep It for Yourself

Filmmaker Magazine | 6/14/2019 | Filmmaker Staff
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by Filmmaker Staff

Founded in 2015 by Marie-Louise Khondji, the streaming site Le Cinéma Club relaunches today with an exciting offering: Claire Denis’s long-lost 1991 40-minute short Keep It for Yourself. The only film she’s ever made in the states, it stars Vincent Gallo and Sara Driver, has a John Lurie score and was shot in New York City. After years of unavailability, a copy was found on a Japanese VHS being sold on Australian eBay. (For more on that story, click here.) From the official press release:

Opening - Weeks - Programming - Premieres - Rarities

The opening weeks of programming are completed with other streaming premieres, rarities and films by new talents including: a restoration of Chris Marker’s...
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