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      April 24, 2019

      Wednesday   6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays for 1 times)

      625 S St.
      Sacramento, California 95811

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      Film Appreciation: How WWII Refugees Gave Us Film Noir

      Verge’s education program is excited to welcome more disciplines with this short lecture and film series with Richard St. Ofle which explores Film Noir as a genre sprung from displaced people in the build-up and aftermath of WWII.

      This will be a film-watching and lecture series in which we explore the themes, content, origins, production history, and context of some of the films from the ‘classic noir’ period. This course will argue that the traumatic experience of exile and homelessness created a uniquely American film genre.

      About the instructor:

      Richard St.Ofle is a graduate of Berkeley’s prestigious film and rhetoric program, and USC’s screenwriting program. His work has been featured in the Sacramento International Film Festival, and you can find his movie reviews semi-occasionally in Submerge magazine. His Berkeley thesis explored Film Noir and how it mobilized post-war American xenophobia, and his own work, including a TV Pilot being developed for HBO, usually involves something terrible happening to someone really nice.

      WHEN: Wednesday April 24th, Monday April 29th & Wednesday May 1st and Monday May 6th, 2019

      TIME: 6pm to 8pm

      PRICE: $150 Verge members, $200 non-members

      WHERE: Verge Classroom

      WHO: Adults and teens

      Cost: Payment required - $150 Verge members, $200 non-members

      Categories: Education | Film | Art Galleries & Exhibits

      This event repeats weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays for 1 times:

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.