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Ghosts and the Supernatural

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The depiction of the paranormal can be portrayed for straight chills.

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Join us on Zoom for this great presentation led by Rick Winston

GHOSTS AND THE SUPERNATURAL - The depiction of the paranormal can be portrayed for straight chills (“The Other,” and “The Haunting”), romantic drama (“The Ghost and Mrs. Muir”), and lively comedy (“Blithe Spirit”). We’ll sample a wide variety of such films, both from Hollywood and other countries: Japan (“Spirited Away” and “Kwaidan”), Spain (“The Orphanage”), England ("Dead of Night") and Mexico (“The Devil’s Backbone”).

Rick Winston was the co-owner of Montpelier’s Savoy Theater for 29 years and was Programming Director for the Green Mountain Film Festival for 14 years. He has taught film history at Burlington College, Community College of Vermont, Goddard College, and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, and has made presentations throughout Vermont on film history.

This is a Vermont Humanities Council event, in collaboration with Springfield Town Library, Norman Williams Library, Hartland Library, Greensboro Library, and Pettee Memorial Library.

Thank you to the Friends of Springfield Town Library for sponsoring this event.

Space is limited, any questions please contact Tracey at (802) 885- 3108.

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The Springfield Town Library serves as the heart of our town. We connect people, ideas, and endeavors of all kinds. Together, we honor our past and embrace the future. We transform lives.

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