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Film Classics
Why do some films seem so much better than others and maintain a reputation for what seems forever? Why do these films have an impact on the development of the cinema while others drop quickly into oblivion? In other words, why are some films “classics” and what do we mean by the term “classic” to begin with? Let’s take a look at the following film classics and respond to those questions: Grand illusion (France, 1937); The African Queen (USA, 1951); Touch of Evil (USA, 1958); Late Spring (Japan, 1949); Chinatown (USA, 1974); and Groundhog Day (USA, 1993). Ira Konigsberg is Professor Emeritus of Film at the University of Michigan. CLASS ON OCTOBER 7, OCTOBER 14, OCTOBER 21, OCTOBER 30, NOVEMBER 4, NOVEMBER 11 Cost does not include parking. Parking for the film class on: For classes held at NCRC, there are multiple parking options. Parking passes for the structure can be purchased for all classes through the OLLI office and are $5 per day. Metered parking is available on a first-come first-served basis. You may also use the park-and-ride and free public transportation options. If you are interested in this option, please call the office (734-998-9351) and we will give you all the details.
Event Type : Study Groups      
Category : Music, Theater & Film
Date(s) : 10/07/2019 - 11/11/2019
Day of Week : Mon.&Wed.,10/7,10/14,10/21,10/30,11/4,11/11
Time : 1:00-4:00pm
Location : UM North Campus Research Complex
Address : 2800 Plymouth Road,
Building 10 Auditorium (enter at building 18),
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Instructor : Konigsberg Ira
Fee : $40.00
Event Status : COMPLETED