Cinema Studies

Day Time Frequency Venue
Wednesday 9:45am to 12:45pm Monthly Fairfield Rail Station
Interval: 3rd Wednesday of each month

 Description

For 2017 the plan is to present a diverse range of cinematic treats from around the world. Directors to be included are Douglas Sirk, Akira Kuosawa. Whilst the focus will be on the great US cinema, foreign films include something from Scandinavia as well. Our first film will be Hitchcock’s ‘Strangers on a Train’. A scifi treat from the 1950s ‘Them’ is also planned. ‘Marathon Man’ has the famous dental torture scene by an aged Laurence Olivier on younger Dustin Hoffman – ‘Is it safe?’ is the film’s famous line. Explore our website: www.u3acinema.weebly.com. Here you will soon find dates of films to be shown. There is a rich archive of past film notes too. The U3A Cinema Class runs for 3 hours at the Fairfield Station, staring at 9:45am on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. We do not break in June, but there will be no classes in July/August as Paul is travelling in Europe. The U3A Cinema Class runs for 3 hours at the Fairfield Station Venue, staring at 9:45am on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. No class on May 20 and June 17 as the facilitator will be absent travelling

The U3A Cinema Class runs for 3 hours at the Fairfield Station Venue, staring at 9:45am on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. No class on May 20 and June 17 as the facilitator will be absent travelling.


To enquire about the Cinema Studies group, go to the “Membership” page for our contact and membership details.


 

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