Last film of the season. On Sunday, March 11, at 7 PM, the Film Society will show Ida, nominated in 2015 for Oscars for best foreign film and cinematography. In post-Stalinist Poland, (1962), Anna, an orphan, is about to take vows as a nun when she learns from her aunt that her parents were Jewish. Austerely beautiful, with evocative black and white images, the film follows the two women on a journey to the aunt’s childhood village in search of meaning and identity. Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, 2013, Poland, Polish with English subtitles, black & white, 82 minutes. Tickets are $7 at the door.
Help us plan the 2018/2019 season (our 19th)! Starting in April, the Film Society will begin planning next season’s film selections. You can contribute to this process in the following ways:
- Send comments about this year’s season and ideas for future movies to firstname.lastname@example.org. Categories of movies include recent independent films, American classics, and foreign films.
- Join the Film Society. We always welcome new members. The first planning meeting for next year’s season will be in April. Stay tuned for announcement of the date.