What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

Landmark Theatres

Rob Garver's profile of the most influential, polarizing and eminently quotable film critic of her generation will be of special interest to Bay Area audiences. Born on a Petaluma chicken farm to Polish-Jewish parents, Kael, who got her start in Berkeley and went on to The New Yorker, was a formidable figure known for her lacerating assessments and uncompromising, contrarian opinions, not only of particular films but the culture that produced them.

Summary by Sura Wood, SF/Arts Film/Video Curator

Event Info
Feb 14 → Feb 20
Saturday to Friday - various times, check website
$8.50 - $11
Landmark’s Opera Plaza Cinema
601 Van Ness Avenue , San Francisco
Info: 415 000 0000
Venue: (415) 771-0183
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