Towson University presents 2010 Fall Film Series

Latest installment of annual film series explores math, science and the art of storytelling

TOWSON, Md. (Sept. 8, 2010)—Towson University’s Department of Electronic Media and Film  examines the relationship between math, science and storytelling in cinema at the 2010 Annual Fall Film Series. The series kicks off Monday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m., with a screening of Fantastic Voyage in the newly renovated Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium.

The updated auditorium now includes a state-of-the-art, high-definition projection system, surround sound and improved assisted-listening technology.

Screenings will be held Monday evenings throughout the fall term. Each film in the series will be presented with an introduction by a Towson University faculty member and concluded with a post-screening discussion. Below is a complete schedule of film screenings for the fall term.


Sept. 13     Fantastic Voyage
Sept. 20    Apollo 13
Sept. 27   Life 2.0
Oct. 4 Adam
Oct. 11 Never Cry Wolf 
Oct. 18 Contact   
Oct. 25 Blade Runner    
Nov. 1 The Day the Earth Stood Still
Nov. 8 Pi
Nov. 15 Outbreak 
Nov. 22 Good Will Hunting
Nov. 29 Ghost in the Shell
Dec. 6 Stand & Deliver  

All Fall Film Series events are free and open to the public. For more information on the Fall Film Series or other EMF events, visit the Arts and Culture Calendar or the Department of Electronic Media and Film website.





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