A Tribute to Robert Altman

Robert Altman is one of the true movie mavericks in Hollywood. His work for over two decades has been consistently innovative and meaningful, including such award winning films as M.A.S.H., Nashville. McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Three Women, and Popeye, and his most recent, highly acclaimed portrait of Vincent Ban Gogh, Vincent and Theo. After the premiere screening of Vincent and Theo, Los Angeles Times critic and film author Michael Wilmington will moderate a wide ranging interview of Altman, including his views on directing, his role as an artist in an industry famous for its rejection of artists, and his successes and failures over the years. Altman is currently working in an adaptation for film of the short stories of Raymond Carver.


Robert Altman
Michael Wilmington
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