Greater New Haven
For over 13 years, the Cinema Club (originally called the Key Sunday Cinema Club) has met in Greater New Haven. The very first screening was of TWO FAMILY HOUSE in October 2000 at the Madison Art Cinemas. The Madison Art’s Arnold Gorlick greets members at every show with Cohen’s bagels, local fresh-baked scones, croissants, muffins, cluster cookies, home-baked biscotti, Essse Italian coffees, Connecticut’s own Harney & Sons tea and, of course, his warm, welcoming smile. Today, we continue to meet for two seasons out of the year (winter/spring and fall) at the Madison Art Cinemas for stimulating sneak previews and discussions -- all moderated by Yale Professors John MacKay or Michael Kerbel. Join today to become part of Greater New Haven’s rich film history!
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Fall 2013 Membership
Seven Meetings: $125 (discount if by check: $120)
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Recent Films Screened in Greater New Haven:[SEE ALL]
Silver Linings Playbook
Co-Moderator John MacKay
John MacKay studied at the University of British Columbia, the Pushkin Institute in Moscow, and Yale University. He is now an assistant professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Yale, specializing in Russian film, 19th and 20th century Russian literature, and the theory of film and literature. He has translated essays on film by Theodor W. Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Rudolf Arnheim, Siegfried Kracauer, and Imre Kertesz, and is currently working on a project about Dziga Vertov and the documentary tradition.
Co-Moderator Michael Kerbel
Michael Kerbel received his graduate degree in film from the Columbia University School of the Arts. He is Director of the Yale Film Study Center — which houses the University's extensive film and video collection — and is Lecturer in Yale's Film Studies and American Studies Programs. His courses at Yale include U.S. Cinema from 1960 to the Mid-1970s and The Films of Woody Allen, Spike Lee and Martin Scorsese. His publications include two books on film actors and articles on film and television for The Village Voice, Cineaste, Film Comment and others.
» NEWS «FALL MEMBERSHIPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
Sept 22, Oct 6 & 20, Nov 3 & 17, Dec 8 & 22
All shows are on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. (doors open at 9:45 a.m.)
Where?Madison Art Cinemas
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