Welcome to The Queue — your daily distraction of curated video content sourced from across the web. Today’s spotlight is a video essay on Emile Zola’s Nana and two women who portrayed the character.
You can watch “Anna/Nana/Nana/Anna” here:
Who made this?
This video essay, by Mark Rappaport, is a selection for “The Video Essay” section at FILMADRID, in collaboration with MUBI. The section is non-competitive and “offers a platform and visibility the video essay deserves.” The nine selected were exhibited on MUBI’s cinema publication, Notebook. You can follow MUBI’s YouTube account here.
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