The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, with the support of the Center for Community Partnerships, the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development, is sponsoring a free showing of Selma, followed by a short talk by Ben Jackson, a veteran of the Selma demonstrations, and a discussion of the film led by members of The Ankh.
The event will be held at 7:45 PM on Monday, February 9at Metro Movies 12 in downtown Middletown. Tickets are free but required. They are extremely limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis from Sara Wadlow in Allbritton 116 at the following times:
3 PM – 5 PM on Wednesday, 2/4
9 AM – 5 PM on Thursday, 2/5
9 AM – 1 PM on Friday, 2/6
9 AM – 5 PM on Monday, 2/9
Date: Monday, February 9 Time: 7:45 PM Place: Metro Movies (140 main Street)
An event sent to us by the most incredible, the amazing, Mr. Jamie Hall ’15!
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Andrea Ballanti invites you to a free screening of Benvenuti al Sud, a formidable Italian comedy.
Haven’t mastered Italian? No worries–there will be English subtitles:
Alberto Colombo (Claudio Bisio), a civil servant of the Italian Postal Service, has been passed up for promotion to a coveted position in Milan. Following a comical yet ill-fated attempt to secure another such opening, he is assigned to two years postal purgatory in Italy’s southern region. Alberto’s wife Silvia chooses to remain in the civilized north while Alberto is subjected to his penance.
“When a stranger comes to the South he cries twice: when he arrives and when he leaves.”