Only one night remains to see one of the last two films at the Spring 2003 Foreign Film Fest. Join us this Thursday, March 20th, for the following program:
“Camille Claudel” Drama in French, 1988. 159 minutes. Rated R. About a French sculptress who becomes Auguste Rodin’s pupil and lover. Introduced by Tom Cooper, Professor of Art History.
“Everybody’s Fine” Drama in Italian, 1990. 126 minutes. Rated PG. About a retired Sicilian railroad worker that travels across Italy to search for his children. Introduced by Teresa Murano, Professor of Italian.
All events will begin in Room 8-200 of the Brighton Campus. Arrive at 6:00 PM to mingle and enjoy some ethnic nibbles and food sampling. The films will be introduced at 6:30 PM. Two films will be shown concurrently in each of the specified dates. All films have English subtitles. The Foreign Film Fest is free and open to the public. Parking available in Lot J.
Don't miss this last opportunity to enjoy a great foreign film!
ESOL and Foreign Languages