Fall Series 2018

Printable schedule for the 2018 Fall Series

The fall theme is "Lesser Known Films by Well Known Directors". The series also includes three special collaborative presentations.

Friday, August 31 "What's Eating Gilbert Grape" (1993) by Lasse Hallström, 118 min.
7:00pm Discussion led by Rebecca Ayraud.
(preceded by opening reception at War Memorial Building at 5:30 PM)
 
Friday, September 14 "In the Hills and Hollows" (2016) by Keely Kernan, 77 min.
7:00pm Presented in collaboration with the American Conservation Film Festival (ACFF).
 
Friday, September 21 "The Deer Hunter" (1978)
by Michael Cimino, 3 hours and 3 min.
7:00pm Presented in conjunction with Shepherd University's Appalachian Heritage Writer-in-Residence program.

In lieu of a post-film discussion, please consider attending Dr. James Broomall's talk "Soldiers' Tales from the Civil War: Stories of Home and the Trauma of War" in Reynolds Hall at 5:30.
 
Friday, October 5 "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" (1964) by Jacques Demy, 91 min.
7:00pm Discussion led by Mary Stanley.
 
Friday, October 26 "Bride of Frankenstein" (1935) by James Whale, 75 min.
7:00pm Presented as a collaboration with Shepherd University's Department of English and Modern Languages in celebration of the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Discussion led by Dr. James Pate.
 
Friday, November 16 "The Station Agent" (2003) by Tom McCarthy, 89 min.
7:00pm Discussion led by Winnie Bernat.