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Film

"Dr. Strangelove" Film Screening and DiscussionCommunity Read logo

Wednesday, Feb. 28| 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Ellis White Lecture Hall | Hammond Hall

Made during the height of Cold War nuclear anxiety, writer/director Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove (1964) is the quintessential satire of the atomic age.
Fitchburg State Professor of English & Film Studies Joe Moser will give a brief introduction to this unique film comedy and lead post-screening discussion.
Ellis White Lecture Hall is located on the G level of the Hammond Campus Center.

Fitchburg High School/Fitchburg Public Library film event: "The Atomic Café"Community Read logo

Wednesday, Mar. 21| 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Fitchburg High School
140 Arn-How Farm Road, Fitchburg, MA

This riveting documentary uses archival footage of the atomic age to mine both humor and horror from the age of duck-and-cover drills.
The screening will take place in the FHS Auditorium.
Dr. Kim Cochrane (Fitchburg High School Librarian) and Marcia Ladd (Fitchburg Public Library) will lead post-screening discussion.

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(978) 665-3347
centerstage@fitchburgstate.edu

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