“The Greatest Films from Around the World!”
"The Greatest Films from Around the World!" is made up of six sessions. Each session is approximately one and a half hours in length and consists of an opening introduction, a feature film or film clips followed by a group discussion.
“I Was Born...But" (Japan, 1932)
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Space is limited to 45 attendees.
There will be cinematic thrills and chills, laughter and tears when the Cupertino Public Library presents a new series of lectures devoted to the greatest films from around the world.
In this six week session, filmmaker and historian Mark Larson will be your guide in a showing of the ten most extraordinary, and often overlooked, motion pictures ever made. From the silent era to sound, from black and white to color we will experience films in nearly every genre and from a roster of brilliant international filmmakers.
An in-depth lecture on the making of the films by Mr. Larson and a spirited group discussion will follow every film.
For additional information about the films being shown, please call the Cupertino Library at 408.446.1677 ext. 3310.
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