Monday, October 24, 2011

MOVIE MONDAYS: TOWSON U. 2011 FALL FILM SERIES OFFERINGS FOR NOVEMBER

The 2011 Fall Film Series presents 12 films that examine our relationship to one of the most basic and powerful forces on Earth…Food!

WHERE: Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium, Towson University, 8000 York Road, Towson
ADMISSION: Free

Dawn of the Dead 
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 31, 7:30 PM

Every living thing on the planet needs sustenance; for people, this is inextricably linked to life, culture, history, geography. It inspires love and spawns wars. It nurtures both health and disease. Shaun Johnson of Elementary Education presents Dawn of the Dead (1978).

Like Water for Chocolate
WHEN: Monday, Nov. 7, 7:30 PM

Every living thing on the planet needs sustenance; for people, this need is inextricably linked to life, culture, history, geography. It inspires love and spawns wars. It nurtures both health and disease. Raissa Contreras- Snyder of Electronic Media & Film presents Like Water for Chocolate (1992).

The Garden
WHEN: Monday, Nov. 14, 7:30 PM

Every living thing on the planet needs sustenance; for people, this need is inextricably linked to life, culture, history, geography. It inspires love and spawns wars. It nurtures both health and disease. Niya Werts of Heath Science presents The Garden (2008).

The Animation of Jan Svankmajer
WHEN: Monday, Nov. 28, 7:30 PM

Every living thing on the planet needs sustenance; for people, this need is inextricably linked to life, culture, history, geography. It inspires love and it spawns wars. It nurtures both health and disease. The 2011 Fall Film Series presents 12 films that examine our relationship to one of the most basic and powerful forces on Earth…Food! Brian Plow in Electronic Media and Film presents The Animation of Jan Svankmajer.