February 26, 2010


News from The Criterion Collection about a special event this weekend: A boon for Los Angeles Tati fans this weekend: The Magnificent Tati, a new documentary by Michael House that traces the career of the Playtime auteur, premieres at the American Cinematheque at the Aero Theatre, as part of the series Tati Time. After the screening, the Aero will show rare shorts co-written or directed by Tati, including René Clément’s 1936 Soigne ton gauche and Tati’s 1947 School for Postmen. The usual gems- Mon oncle, M. Hulot’s Holiday- will also be there to delight. Spy Vibe's coverage of the Mid-Century Modern Playtime here.

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