Regents’ Professor—and former Humanities Seminars Program director—David Soren will lead an illuminating viewing of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1942 thriller Saboteur on Wednesday, November 20, 1 to 4 p.m.
Like a seminar class, this one-time screening will include lecture and discussion, but at a new venue: The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway. (Parking is close and free! And the concession stand will be open.) This special event is open to the public.
Professor Soren has himself done extensive movie research and has explored the making of this film with the actor Norman Lloyd—the villain in Saboteur. He has also acted, performed on the musical stage and TV, and directed documentaries. He is well known by HSP students for his insightful and extraordinarily entertaining classes.
So, let your friends know about this chance to see a great film with the help of a great professor and show-biz insider. And make sure to get your own tickets early—for only $10. You can get your tickets in HSP classes starting October 21 (cash or check only) or at The Loft box office and on The Loft website (www.loftcinema.com).
Don’t miss seeing Hitchcock’s Saboteur on the big screen with a great guide! Visit The Loft Cinema to purchase tickets!
Read the article in The Wildcat about the event.