Lost Women: Sofia Coppola’s Cinematic Odyssey
Dive into Sofia Coppola's cinematic legacy with film writer and lecturer Ellen Cheshire as your guide, as we unravel the stories of women across her thematic depth and directorial evolution.
From the early exploration of female isolation in ‘The Virgin Suicides’ (1999) to the delicate portrayal of cultural disconnection in ‘Lost in Translation’ (2003), we peel back the layers within Coppola's work. We will dive into themes like isolation, displacement, privilege, and the complexities of father-daughter relationships.
Coppola's storytelling skill brings out the personal nuances in each character's journey, adding depth to the narratives.
Join us in uncovering Coppola's unique contributions to the diverse and intricate stories of women in contemporary cinema.
100m (inc 10 mins Q&A)
Sat 20 Jan 10:30 - In the Auditorium
Tickets only £6.50 (Students free)