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"Antoine-a-Thon" Truffaut Weekend Pass

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Friday, Dec 9 - Sunday, Dec 11

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Weekend Pass $20

*Good for admission to all five Truffaut films over the weekend.

Location:

Detroit Film Theatre

5200 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48202
United States

François Truffaut’s celebrated, autobiographical “Antoine Doinel” films span 20 years in the life of the late director and his great star, Jean-Pierre Léaud, not to mention the character that Léaud so brilliantly incarnates on screen. Rarely screened together, these five masterworks will be shown at the Detroit Film Theatre Auditorium on one weekend, in chronological order, and in newly restored versions.

The 400 Blows (1959) chronicles the development of the rebellious, delinquent, 14-year-old character of Antoine who then becomes the independent, determined adolescent in Antoine and Colette (1962), the romantic, would-be professional in Stolen Kissses (1968), and then ultimately the resilient but never-satisfied thirty-something in Bed and Board (1970) and Love on the Run (1979). 

Tickets to each film are available separately, but for those who want the full experience, a pass to all five films to this once-only “Antoine-a-Thon” is available for just $20. 

François Truffaut and the actor that plays Antoine Doinel pose in suits

François Truffaut’s celebrated, autobiographical “Antoine Doinel” films span 20 years in the life of the late director and his great star, Jean-Pierre Léaud, not to mention the character that Léaud so brilliantly incarnates on screen. Rarely screened together, these five masterworks will be shown at the Detroit Film Theatre Auditorium on one weekend, in chronological order, and in newly restored versions.

The 400 Blows (1959) chronicles the development of the rebellious, delinquent, 14-year-old character of Antoine who then becomes the independent, determined adolescent in Antoine and Colette (1962), the romantic, would-be professional in Stolen Kissses (1968), and then ultimately the resilient but never-satisfied thirty-something in Bed and Board (1970) and Love on the Run (1979). 

Tickets to each film are available separately, but for those who want the full experience, a pass to all five films to this once-only “Antoine-a-Thon” is available for just $20.