Invisible Essence: The Little Prince
Director: Charles Officer
(2018, 90 minutes)
Invisible Essence explores the global legacy of The Little Prince seventy-five years after the story’s initial publication. Featuring conversations with filmmaker Mark Osborne, author Adam Gopnik, biographer Stacy Schiff, and a host of other engaging voices, the film reveals how Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s modern-day fable conveys an ethical philosophy of life and a code of respect for humanity. 90th Parallel Productions & Canesugar Filmworks; distributed by The Orchard.
The exhibition The Little Prince: Taking Flight will be open at 5 PM for program attendees.
The event will take place in the Morgan's Gilder Lehrman Hall. By entering the museum, you agree to our updated Visitor Guidelines and Policies. Masks are required for attending all public programs.
Advance reservations for members only. Tickets are available at the Admission Desk on the day of the screening.