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Thursday Film Series
This series of films are shown every Thursday at 2PM unless otherwise noted.
October 20: 1776. A musical retelling of the MAericna Reovlution's porlicital struggin the Conteintenal Congress to declare independance. 1972. Rated PG.
October 27: The Duel. A documentry on the conflict between Alexnader Haimlton and Aaron Burr that culimnated in the 1804 duel that took Hamilton's life.
Nov. 3 – The Station Agent (2003) A young man inherits a train station in rural New Jersey and moves there for a life of quiet solitude. He soon finds friendships and a sense of belonging that he never expected. Starring Patricia Clarkson and Peter Dinklage. Rated R. 1 hour, 30 minutes.
Nov. 10 – Brief Encounter (1945) Meeting a stranger in a railway station, a woman is tempted to cheat on her husband.
Starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard. Not rated. 1 hour, 26 minutes.
Nov. 17 – Von Ryan’s Express (1965) An army colonel during WWII leads a daring escape from an Italian POW camp by hijacking
a train in order to transport the POWs. Starring Frank Sinatra and Trevor Howard. Not rated. 1 hour, 57 minutes.
Dec. 1 – Murder On the Orient Express (1974) In 1935, when his train is stopped by deep snow, detective Hercule Poirot is called on to solve a murder that occurred in one of the cars the night before. Starring Albert Finney and Lauren Bacall. Rated PG. 2 hours, 7 minutes.
Theme: Saying Goodbye to Those We Lost
December 8: Young Frankenstein with Gene Wilder
December 15- Charlie Bartlett - Anton Yelchin
December 22- Love Actually - Alan Rickman
December 29- The Prestige - David Bowie
For a listing of previously shown titles, please contact Veronica Reynolds (x114 or [email protected])