Actress Tatum O’Neal appears in person with PAPER MOON, the film that made her the youngest person to earn a Best Supporting Actress Oscar (at the age of 10, in 1974). She played Addie Loggins opposite her real life father Ryan O'Neal in director Peter Bogdanovich’s Depression-era tale of confidence man Ryan O’Neal and a young girl who may or may not be his daughter (Tatum O’Neal) — who fleece naive citizens as they travel from town to town across the American Midwest selling Bibles at the height of the Depression.
Discussion following with actress Tatum O’Neal, moderated by Susan King.
1973, Paramount, 102 min, USA, Dir: Peter Bogdanovich
Director Peter Bogdanovich’s Depression-era tale of confidence man Ryan O’Neal and his young daughter (Tatum O’Neal, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar) fleecing naive citizens from town to town in the American Midwest is rendered in glistening and appropriately gritty black, gray and white tones by cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs. Co-starring Madeline Kahn and John Hillerman.
Screening format: DCP