Award-winning filmmaker Cindy Kleine will screen her latest documentary, André Gregory: Before and After Dinner, at Hampshire College on Thursday, March 13, at 7 p.m. in the Brand Screening Room of the Liebling Center. The screening is free and open to the public. Following the film, Kleine will participate in an informal question and answer session.
The film explores the life of Kleine's husband, experimental theater director André Gregory, before and after his appearance in Louis Malle's cult film My Dinner with André.
Kleine's films have been exhibited at international festivals including Telluride, Seattle, San Francisco, Boston, Vancouver, Santa Fe, and Provincetown. They have shown at such venues as the Film Forum, Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, Knitting Factory and Anthology Film Archives in NYC, The Music Hall in Los Angeles, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, and Center d'art Contemporain in Lyon, France. Her film Doug and Mike, Mike and Doug was broadcast on PBS's POV Film Series.
Kleine has received awards and fellowships from the American Film Institute, Iowa Independent Film Festival, Jewish Eye (Israel), MacDowell Colony, and New England Regional Fellowship Program. She has taught filmmaking at Boston College, Harvard University, the Museum School in Boston, and the New School for Social Research.
For more information, please contact write program co-director Ellie Siegel at etsWP@hampshire.edu.