Come and view five of the finest movies ever made. Explore them with a film historian who will share the background stories of how they were made and why they are significant.
Instructor Greg Willihnganz, a graduate of filmmaking certificate program at BCTC, independent filmmaker in Louisville for seven years. Films being shown are as follows, All Quiet on the Western Front (1930); The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1942-British); Psycho (1960); Cabaret (1972); and The Times of Harvey Milk (1984). Class meets for 5 weeks on Tuesday night.
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