Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque To Screen François Truffaut's Antoine Doinel Cycle

Films will screen as new 4k restorations

click to enlarge A scene from 'The 400 Blows.' - Janus Films
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A scene from 'The 400 Blows.'
The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque just announced that it’ll screen The Adventures of Antoine Doinel, a series of five French films directed by French New Wave filmmaker François Truffaut.

The movies, which star Jean-Pierre Léaud as the titular character, will show between Oct. 1 and Oct. 23. The four features and one short will all screen as new 4K restorations.

The series opens on Oct. 1 and 2 with Truffaut’s 1959 debut feature, The 400 Blows. It continues on Oct. 8 and 9 with screenings of Antoine and Colette. Screenings of Bed and Board (Oct. 15 and 16) and Love on the Run (Oct. 22 and 23) follow.

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