Tuesday, August 15 at 7:00pm
Baker Downtown Center
975 High Street, Eugene, OR 97401
Behind the Lens is a noncredit film seminar that takes a relaxed approach to exploring the history of cinema. Each quarter, former Hollywood director Tom Blank hosts a series examining a time period or a theme through classic and contemporary cinema.
August 15, Fanny and Alexander (1982) Director: Ingmar Bergman, 183 min.
All film screenings include a lecture, discussion, and question and answer period.
For the Summer 2017 offering of Behind the Lens, we will present a series of films featuring children. These are not stories for children, but, rather, stories about children. Some of the world’s great filmmakers are represented in stories exploring the experiences of children who face challenges, both within their own families as well as in the outside world.
The seminar is offered to the community in collaboration with the University of Oregon Cinema Studies and Academic Extension programs. Films are shown Tuesday nights starting at 7:00 p.m. at the UO Baker Downtown Center, at 10th Avenue and High Street. The duration of each session varies by the length of the film.
Films are screened under the Educational Fair Use provision of US Copyright law.
$20 noncredit for entire term
$10 for current Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members for entire term
To register by phone, please call the Registration Office at 541-346-4231. To register in person, visit the UO Academic Extension front desk at the Baker Downtown Center, 975 High Street, Suite 110, Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Registration is also available on-site 30 minutes in advance of each program. UO Cinema Studies majors attend for free with valid student ID.