Presented by The Institute for Advanced Study and Moving Image Studies

We Can’t Go Home Again

Part of the Space, Body, Sound film series
Past event
Apr 29, 2014
We Can’t Go Home Again

We Can’t Go Home Again (1973), is Nicholas Ray’s last film, an experimental film he made together with film students. It makes special use of the principal cinematic space: the screen. As a multi-channel projection, it brings three or more moving images on to the screen at the same time. 

This film is part of the Moving Image Studies film series Space, Body, Sound. This series was programmed by film studies faculty for the Northrop Grand Opening with reference to Northrop's focus on the performing arts. We Can’t Go Home Again is programmed by Alice Lovejoy, Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature.