- General public
Saturdays at 19.30
Free entry with ticket
Tickets can be booked online or on telephone 91 791 13 70 (from 10.00 to 20.00), between the Thursday prior to the showing and the day of the performance at 7pm
The museum presents a film cycle featuring a selection of films relating to Balthus and his life, including Roma (1972), directed by his friend Federico Fellini, or Les Enfants terribles (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1950), an adaptation of Jean Cocteau’s novel which is partly based on the author’s relationship with the Klossowski family.
The programme also includes titles such as Wuthering Heights (Jacques Rivette, 1985), which is visually inspired by Balthus’s illustrations produced in 1933 for that novel, and In the City of Sylvia (José Luis Guerín, 2007) which brings to life one of his paintings.
All the films will be screened with their original soundtrack and subtitles.
José Luis Guerín