Cinephiles and Terrence Malick fans may want to listen up because the reclusive director is scheduled to make a rare appearance next month at Princeton’s Garden Theatre in New Jersey.
According to the theater’s website, “The Tree of Life” helmer will be part of a special screening of Roberto Rossellini’s drama “Journey To Italy,” which will take place on October 21. Malick will be on hand to present the film, as well as have a live discussion with audiences following the screening.
The event is part of Cinema Today, the Lewis Center for the Art’s new film series that invites cinema’s greatest talents to share their work, insights and experience with the Princeton community. Tickets for the celebration don’t seem to be available at this time, but make sure to keep an eye out for them.
Malick is known for having a very private life, rarely appears on camera and frequently declines requests for interviews, which makes this a very special event for the filmmaker and his fans.
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The director’s latest film, “Voyage of Time,” screened at both the Venice and Toronto film festivals before its release in IMAX on October 7. His next picture, “Weightless,” features a star-studded cast including Christian Bale, Natalie Portman and Michael Fassbender, among others, and will be released on March 17, 2017. He’s currently filming his war drama “Radegund.”