Dark Nights: Simenon and Cinema

The massive Simenon oeuvre inspired its share of film adaptations. The dozen here selected are largely French, with two each by Marcel Carné and Claude Chabrol, but also include Hungarian master Béla Tarr’s monumentally deliberate version of The Man From London, and Phil Karlson’s first-rate noir, The Brothers Rico, from the lone Simenon novel to focus on the American mafia.

Tickets, and a complete schedule, are available online.

Category: Film
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
2621 Durant Avenue,
between College and Telegraph Aves.,
Berkeley, CA