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Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will be presenting Notfilm as part of Tuesday Evenings at the Modern: Films, an extension of the very popular lecture series Tuesday Evenings at the Modern.

Notfilm, by filmmaker/archivist Ross Lipman, is a feature-length movie on the production and philosophical implications of Samuel Beckett's 1964 Film, Beckett's only work for projected cinema. Lipman's documentary sheds light on the embattled collaboration between the Nobel Prize-winning playwright and silent-era genius Buster Keaton that resulted in the craziest chase film ever committed to celluloid.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will be presenting Notfilm as part of Tuesday Evenings at the Modern: Films, an extension of the very popular lecture series Tuesday Evenings at the Modern.

Notfilm, by filmmaker/archivist Ross Lipman, is a feature-length movie on the production and philosophical implications of Samuel Beckett's 1964 Film, Beckett's only work for projected cinema. Lipman's documentary sheds light on the embattled collaboration between the Nobel Prize-winning playwright and silent-era genius Buster Keaton that resulted in the craziest chase film ever committed to celluloid.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will be presenting Notfilm as part of Tuesday Evenings at the Modern: Films, an extension of the very popular lecture series Tuesday Evenings at the Modern.

Notfilm, by filmmaker/archivist Ross Lipman, is a feature-length movie on the production and philosophical implications of Samuel Beckett's 1964 Film, Beckett's only work for projected cinema. Lipman's documentary sheds light on the embattled collaboration between the Nobel Prize-winning playwright and silent-era genius Buster Keaton that resulted in the craziest chase film ever committed to celluloid.

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WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.themodern.org/films/2811

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Admission is free.
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