Museum Films is partnering with Kimstim to deliver the best of new world cinema straight to your living room! We’re pleased to share French film festival highlight Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream, a timely essay on anxiety, cinephilia and isolation compiled from a dizzying array of movie clips.
One $12 ticket is good for a 3-day pass to see Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream. 50% of each sale supports OKCMOA and its mission. Passes available February 26. Click here to purchase a pass.
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“A highlight of the 2019 Berlin Film Festival, Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream is a startlingly prescient and formally innovative work of personal cinema that resonates with contemporary themes of political unrest, digital mediation and social isolation. Frank Beauvais’s intimate essay film assembles excerpts from the 400-plus films the French director watched over a four-month period of seclusion in 2016. On the soundtrack, Beauvais speaks of the breakup that led to his retreat, the estranged father with whom he bonded over cinema just before his death, and the symptoms of our current cultural climate that make pressing on an act of resistance. Beauvais’s montage—composed of both international classics and obscurities—alights upon small but specific details, reframing otherwise incidental images into an indelible and immensely moving reflection on life, love, and loss.” -Kimstim
Director Frank Beauvais | 2019 | In French with English subtitles | 75 minutes | NR