A cinematic journey through Paris, seen through the lens of legendary Nouvelle vague film-maker Eric Rohmer.
2015 National Museum of Art, Washington D.C.
2015 Forum des images, Paris
2015 British Film Institute, London
2014 Barbican Cinema, London
2014 Jeonju International Film Festival, South Korea
2014 Anthology Film Archives, New York
2014 BAFICI, Buenos Aires
2014 Louisiana Museum, Denmark
2014 Melbourne International Film Festival
2014 Sheffield DocFest Videotheque
2014 First Look, Museum of Moving Image, New York (North American premiere)
2014 International Film Festival Rotterdam
2013 CPH:DOX (World premiere)
Postscript, April 2018:
Marcus Boon suggests that “copying, rather than being an aberration or a mistake or a crime, is a fundamental condition or requirement for anything, human or not, to exist at all’ (In Praise of Copying, 2010, Harvard University Press).
Rohmer in Paris is composed almost entirely of clips taken from the films of Eric Rohmer, in accordance with both Fair Use (17 U.S. Code §107) and Fair Dealing (U.K. CDPA §30a). Please copy and use the film for whatever purposes you wish. From my perspective, all uses are fair uses.