If there’s one director whose anecdotes about the making of his films, the secrets behind their making and his inspirations we all want to get to know, it’s Terry Gilliam. From his beginnings in cinema with Monty Python to his Hollywood productions in which he directed the leading actors of the time, whether in Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas or Twelve Monkeys, to name but two films, not forgetting the incredible epic of The Man Who KilledDon Quixote, this master class, moderated by film journalist Caroline Vié, will be an opportunity to look back on a highly productive career full of twists and turns, pitfalls and successes.

The master class will be followed by a screening of the director’s cut version of Brazil.

Sunday 24 September


Cinéma Vox, followed by the screening of Brazil at 16h00