The Search for Emak Bakia (La casa Emak Bakia)

Rated NR 83 minutes

In 1926, Man Ray filmed a cinepoem in the southeast of France, and called it Emak Bakia, which is a Basque expression meaning 'Leave me alone'. Filmmaker Oskar Alegria embarks upon an exploration of the film and its title - was it named after a house? Or an inscription on a gravestone? The discoveries and detours along the way make for a charming, fanciful road movie about chance, serendipity and the journey being more important than the destination.

Film Credits

Director: Oskar Alegria

Writer: Oskar Alegria

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