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GAINSBOURG’S JE T’AIME MOI NON PLUS

This week, La Collectionneuse and the American Cinematheque present the 4K restoration of Serge Gainsbourg’s 1976 film JE T’AIME MOI NON PLUS, its first Los Angeles screening in many years. Starring Jane Birkin, Joe Dallesandro, and Hugues Quester, this truck-stop triangle was the first of only two features films Gainsbourg directed.

“Serge is the one who approached me. [Jane and Serge] were great people. Just a great couple that were truly a couple. They were fun to be with. It was really difficult to shoot a film where your love interest is the wife of the man who’s directing it. The film had to be erotic and I had to be very cool. I was doing multiplication tables in my head the whole time. But I loved both of them very much. They were very special people…

“[JE T’AIME MOI NON PLUS] was ahead of its time. I thought the public was gonna be ready for that kind of story. I thought it’d have been a nice success if they’d released it back then. But they weren’t giving Serge the kind of play he wanted.” — Joe Dallesandro

  JE T’AIME MOI NON PLUS

Wednesday, July 24, at 7:30 pm.

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles.

From top: Jane Birkin and Joe Dallesandro in Je t’aime moi non plus, with Hugues Quester (third from top, right) and director Serge Gainsbourg (fourth from top, center, on raft, and sixth from top, second from right).

LA COLLECTIONNEUSE

This week in Hollywood, Kalyane Lévy’s La Collectionneuse will screen the film her program is named for.

Co-presented by Women & Film and the American Cinematheque, Éric Rohmer’s LA COLLECTIONNEUSE (1967) is one of his beloved contes moraux, and stars Haydée Politoff, Patrick Bauchau, and Daniel Pommereulle.

Stay for post-screening drinks and music, with a DJ set by DJ Izella.

LA COLLECTIONNEUSE

Friday, June 21, at 7:30 pm.

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles.

From top: Haydée Politoff and Patrick Bauchau in La Collectionneuse.

ANNA

Join La Collectionneuse and Dynasty Typewriter for a special screening of the French art-pop musical ANNA (1967, directed by Pierre Koralnik), the first color film made for French television.

Starring Anna Karina, Serge Gainsbourg (who also wrote the songs), Marianne Faithfull (who sings one of them) and Jean-Claude Brialy, ANNA will be preceded by a Videotheque mix by EXP TV of surreal visuals and yé-yé hits by Jane Birkin, Françoise Hardy, France Gall, and more. The evening will close with a DJ set by Décandanse Soirée.

ANNA

Saturday, May 25, at 7:30 pm.

Hayworth Theatre

2511 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles.

From top: Anna Karina and Jean-Claude Brialy in Anna; Serge Gainsbourg and Karina on set in Paris; soundtrack album cover, courtesy and Philips; Marianne Faithfull in Anna; Karina.