Love Streams (1984), dir. John Cassavetes, Jim Hosney

Love Streams (1984), dir. John Cassavetes

Jim Hosney

Sun · December 9, 2018

2:00 pm


The film will be introduced by Jim Hosney, former “Distinguished Scholar in Residence” and lecturer at AFI and teacher at Crossroads and the Westlake School.

“Most people don't know what they want or feel. And for everyone, myself included, It's very difficult to say what you mean when what you mean is painful. The most difficult thing in the world is to reveal yourself, to express what you have to... As an artist, I feel that we must try many things - but above all, we must dare to fail. You must have the courage to be bad - to be willing to risk everything to really express it all.” - John Cassavetes

Love Streams (1984), dir. John Cassavetes
Love Streams (1984), dir. John Cassavetes
A troubled divorcee (Gena Rowlands) and a moody writer (John Cassavetes) are apart and then together, sharing a special relation.
Release date: August 24, 1984 (USA)
Director: John Cassavetes
Music composed by: Bo Harwood
Cinematography: Al Ruban
Screenplay: John Cassavetes, Ted Allan
Jim Hosney
Jim Hosney
Jim Hosney taught film and now teaches literature at Crossroads School in Santa Monica and has influenced hundreds, if not thousands of show business careers. His proteges, who call themselves Hosneyites range from actors like Jack Black and Maya Rudolph to senior managers at Paramount and Fox Searchlight to musicians, directors, costume designers, novelists, Academy Award nominated documentarians and creators of children's TV.
Venue Information:
2478 N Fletcher Dr
Los Angeles, CA, 90039