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Film double bill: The Caves of Lascaux/Days Long Gone

Friday 12 April 2013,
18.30–19.35
Stevenson Lecture Theatre

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The Caves of Lascaux (1995, 52 mins, U) is a documentary from the French Palettes series featuring archaeologist Laura Guerin on the cave art at Lascaux in the Dordogne, estimated to be 17,000 years old.

Director: Alain Jaubert.

Days Long Gone (1942, 12 mins, U) recreates the discovery of the cave by four children from the village of Montignac one year on.

Director: Roger Verdier.

Age: U


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The Caves of Lascaux. © 1995 La Sept Arte – Palette production.