zero-de-conduite27 August 2014


£8 / £7 (concs)

Director: Jean Vigo, USA, 1933 (41 mins), The Box

Jean Vigo’s enormously influential portrait of prankish boarding-school students is one of cinema’s great acts of rebellion. Based on the director’s own experiences as a youth, Zéro de conduite presents childhood as a time of unfettered imagination and brazen rule-flouting.

In collaboration with Picturehouse at FACT.

Part of the film programme curated by Sharon Lockhart to accompany her exhibition as part of Liverpool Biennial 2014.