Join the Yale Film Archive for a 15th anniversary screening of the Oscar-nominated PERSEPOLIS,
an animated tale of girlhood during the Iranian Revolution. Adapted by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud from Satrapi’s autobiographical graphic novels, PERSEPOLIS provides “a vivid, at times heartbreaking, portrait of a life and a nation in crisis” (V.A. Musetto) that still remains “full of warmth and surprise, alive with humor and a fierce independence of spirit” (A.O. Scott). Presented in 35mm by the Yale Film Archive with support from Paul L. Joskow ’70 M.Phil., ’72 Ph.D.
MASKS AND YALE ID CARDS REQUIRED. Free, but register in advance.
Due to Yale’s COVID-19 policy, in-person screenings are only open to asymptomatic members of the Yale community who are fully vaccinated (meaning they have received all recommended COVID-19 vaccines for their age range, including any boosters when eligible). Unvaccinated children and individuals with any type of COVID-19 vaccine exemption are not permitted to attend in-person Yale events at this time. All attendees must bring and wear an ASTM or N95-equivalent mask at all times in the screening room.