When:  Sunday, September 10
Time:  
7pm
Where:  
Mesa del Sol Theatre
Free and open to all UNM students

Shot almost entirely on location in New York, Acapulco, and San Francisco (including scenes on Errol Flynn’s yacht Zaca), The Lady from Shanghai is Orson Welles’s dreamlike, disorienting tribute to character actors (among them Everett Sloane in a career-best performance) and doomed romance. Infamously re-edited by Columbia Studios from its original 155-minute rough cut (the lost footage was later destroyed), the hour and a half that remains would be a high-water mark in the career of almost any other director and is as essential as Citizen Kane.

FORUM with Guest Lecturer & Director/Writer/Producer Brian Levant

FORUM with Guest Lecturer & Director/Writer/Producer Brian Levant

In his fifth decade in the entertainment industry, Director/Writer/Producer Brian Levant has been at the creative helm of some of the biggest franchises in family entertainment. Among Levant’s more than 400 television credits include multiple seasons as the showrunner of “Happy Days,” Robin Williams’ first starring vehicle, “Mork & Mindy,” and the “Bad News Bears” series.

Sorcerer – August 27

Sorcerer – August 27

The first in a series of historically significant (and always entertaining) film classics, screened every other weekend throughout the semester.

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