View & discuss outstanding foreign & indie films with Maurizio Giammarco*.
~ This event is free and open to all adults ~ No registration required ~
September 16 ~ 2p
✻ Spanish ✻ 98 minutes ✻ Rated R ✻
Padro Almodovar’s critically acclaimed masterwork about a mother who struggles to survive uncertainty and come to grips with fate.
October 21 ~ 2p
✻ 100 minutes ✻ Rated R ✻
A senior investment banker must navigate the cutthroat world of Wall Street when corruption and scandal threaten to derail the career she’s built.
November 18 ~ 2p
As lifelong bachelor Don Johnston is dumped by his latest girlfriend, he receives an anonymous letter informing him that he has a son. This prompts Don to embark on a cross-country search for his old flames and his son.
*Maurizio Giammarco earned his Ph.D. in English from Temple. He is an independent filmmaker whose films and videos have appeared in university festivals. His articles and book, theater, and film reviews have appeared in The Temple News, Reel Visions, City Paper, and The Journal of Modern Literature. He teaches in the Intellectual Heritage program at Temple University and has been the facilitator of our Sunday Cinema Program for over 15 years.