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College Offers Classic Film Series on Select Fridays Through May

02/08/2010 

The College began its Friday Films at Four FilmFest on Feb. 12 and will continue the series on March 12 with a screening of “Two Women,” a 1960 film directed by Vittorio De Sica.

The series features refreshments at 3:50 p.m. with the movie starting at 4 p.m. at the International Communications and Culture Laboratory in Old Main, Room 223. At these informal film club meetings, different faculty will show and discuss their favorite flick. Anne Wiegard of the English Department faculty will give the presentation on March 12. All who share a love of film are invited to the showings, which are free.

The remaining films for the semester are:

“Forbidden Games,” a 1952 work directed by René Clement, will be offered on April 9. Robert Rhodes, professor emeritus of English, will discuss the film.

“Don’t Look Now,” a 1973 drama directed by Nicholas Roeg, will be shown on May 7. Scott Anderson of the Geography Department faculty will offer his thoughts on the film.

For comments, suggestions, or to add someone new to the Friday Films at Four FilmFest mailing list, contact Anderson at (607) 753-4107.


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