Film Series: …And We’re Back! (Again)


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Gird your loins, Wes: the Film Series is here! Sure, it’s cold outside, but if you can survive the trek to the Center for Film Studies, you will be rewarded with the warm, pure, joyous magic of cinema… starting with Coppola’s The Godfather: Part II on Wednesday, January 21. This quarter’s calendar is stacked, with 6 new releases (including award-season favorite Birdman and the Connecticut premiere of Godard’s experimental venture into 3-D, Goodbye to Language) alongside a slew of beloved classics (comedy favorites Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Zoolander will brighten your frigid winter). The calendar also features the Eighth Annual Ring Family Israeli Film Series, sponsored by the Ring family and the Center for Jewish Studies, on Thursday nights starting on January 29.

The Film Series screens four films a week, Wednesday through Saturday nights. Wednesday and Friday nights cost $5, Thursday and Saturday nights are free. The films begin on time, at 8 p.m. in the Goldsmith Family Cinema, and are shown in 35mm or DCP (Digital Cinema Package) wherever possible. For more information, look for a Film Series calendar in your mailbox or on our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Twitter or email us at wesleyanfilmseries[at]gmail[dot]com. Now somebody get me to the Goldsmith!

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4 thoughts on “Film Series: …And We’re Back! (Again)

    1. Samira

      It is open to the public! You can get tickets at the Center for Film studies at the cashier booth.

      1. Danny Thompson

        Any chance of getting tix or reserving tix in advance? I’m seriously considering driving down from MA. It might be my only chance of seeing it on a screen.
        (How sad is that, one of the most highly praised films of 2014 gets a screening at only 10 theaters in the US?)

        1. Bashline

          I have the same question – I’d be coming down from Boston (where no screenings are scheduled!) and would hate to show up to find a sellout.

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