Four films from four great directors will be shown for free at Salt Lake Community College between Sept. 30 and Nov. 11.
The Fall 2015 film screening series will allow the public to enjoy films inside the Center for Arts and Media screening room participate in informal discussions led by SLCC Film and Culture instructor Steve Williams.
“This will be a great opportunity for students and film-lovers alike to watch and discuss some classic cinema,” says CAM coordinator Josh Elstein.
Elstein says they are looking forward to hosting this event and are encouraging students to join in this thoroughly exceptional experience.
Films to be screened and discussed are “Sunset Boulevard” (directed by Billy Wilder) on Sept. 30, “Chinatown” (directed by Roman Polanski on Oct. 14, “To Live” (directed by Zhang Yimou) on Oct. 28 and “Notorious” (directed by Alfred Hitchcock) on Nov. 11.
Each screening begins at 6 p.m.
The state-of-the-art screening room is the ideal venue for the new film screening series. It is primarily used for educational film class lectures and screening student films.
A one of a kind digital projection theater, with wide screen, surround sound audio, and comfortable setting, amazes visitors with its “wow” factor, and is one of the best kept secrets at South City Campus.
Guests are encouraged to arrive early as seating is limited. For more information, visit goo.gl/no9NhH