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If you have a passion for discussing and learning about films, we invite you to join the Atlantic City Free Public Library Film Society. Membership is free and open to Library cardholders in good standing, who are 18 years of age and older. Monthly screenings and discussions will be held on Saturday afternoons, and monthly tutorial classes on filmmaking and film history will be held on Monday evenings.
Meetings are conducted by Theresa Hawkins, Film Society Coordinator

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Saturday,

October 26

1 - 4 pm

Screening & Discussion Special Event

View and discuss Evanston's Living History with Craig Dudnick

This 2008 civil rights documentary short film was directed by Craig Dudnick, who will be here in person to introduce the film and answer audience questions folllowing the screening.

THIS SPECIAL EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL AGES

Tuesday,

October 29

4:30 - 6 pm

Classroom Session

Learn about Short Films

This classroom session will focus on the history and importance of short films. Some of the greatest short films in recent history will be shown.