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New Hollywood, Hitchcock, French cinema, Westerns, German Expressionism…and now Kubrick! What better way to kick of the summer movie season than to revisit and discuss these classics? KUBRICK MASTERPIECES Six Tuesdays, May 3–June 14 (no class May 17), 7–9pm Instructor: … Continue reading
Northwest Film Forum is pleased to expand its commitment to film education with the launch of “Required Viewing,” a new series of classes that explore the history of cinema. This winter’s schedule includes the seminars, “New Hollywood Cinema” and “French … Continue reading