Film: The Passion of Joan Of Arc (1928)
  • Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building

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Dreyer’s Joan of Arc was based on the original transcripts of her trial but it isn’t the historical accuracy that keeps the film in your mind. It has gained almost mythical status largely due to Falconetti’s portrayal of Joan which is still considered to be the greatest performance in the history of cinema.

Date: Monday 6 February
Time: 19:00
Venue: Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Ticket information: £6/£4.20/Friends free. Discounts available via the Artory App and free to Plymouth University students via SPIA 
Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer
Running time: 88 mins
Cert: PG

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