Join Us Nov 29th at the UA Center for Creative Photography for the Second in a Series of Films We Love - Films Hand-Picked by Professors from the School of Theatre, Film & Television!
Every film buff has a list of personal favorites – movies that have a special significance. Maybe it's a film you loved as a kid, or one that resonates with you today. At each film screened this year, a faculty member will give an introduction that not only gives fascinating historical and artistic context, but also explains why they chose their particular film. Bonus: each feature will be preceded by the presentation of a short film made by a student in our Bachelor of Fine Arts program!
No Charge for This Event | Open to the Public | Open Seating at the UA Center for Creative Photography
MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (1944) - Nov 29, 2017 at 7PM
Wind down the year with one of the greatest musicals of all time! In 1903, the Smith family lives an idyllic existence in St. Louis, home of the upcoming World's Fair. But turmoil engulfs the family as Mr. Smith considers taking a job in New York City. As they face an uncertain future, the Smiths are encouraged to reaffirm the importance of home and family. Starring Judy Garland and featuring classics like The Trolley Song and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Meet Me in St. Louis is an enduring classic that finds new fans with each new generation.
by Isabelle Smith
See this student film short before MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS. A peculiar young girl seeks affection in all the wrong places.
There is no charge for this event and all are welcome. No tickets required. All screenings begin at 7PM inside the Center for Creative Photography on the UA campus.
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