In the newest EPPC Summer Movie Series, co-sponsored by the Hudson Institute and presented by EPPC Resident Scholar James Bowman, we’re leaving this life entirely to see how the movies have thought about the next one—a subject that for seventy years they have found surprisingly congenial and often treated with moving sensitivity.
The series will take place on successive Tuesday evenings between June 28, 2011 andJuly 26, 2011. All movies begin at 5:30 and will be followed by a discussion.
Pizza, popcorn, candy, and drinks will be provided.
Click here to register to attend.
[View information about past summer movie series: “The Pursuit of Happiness” (2010), “Crime and Punishment” (2009), “Isn’t it Romantic” (2008), and “The American Movie Hero” (2007.]
MOVIE SERIES SCHEDULE:
- June 28: Heaven Can Wait (1943)Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, starring Don Ameche, Gene Tierney, and Charles Coburn[James Bowman’s introductory remarks]
- July 5: Between Two Worlds (1944)Directed by Edward A. Blatt, starring John Garfield, Paul Henreid, Sydney Greenstreet, and Eleanor Parker[James Bowman’s introductory remarks]
- July 12: Stairway to Heaven (A Matter of Life and Death) (1946)Directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, starring David Niven, Kim Hunter, Roger Livesey, and Raymond Massey[James Bowman’s introductory remarks]
- July 19: Defending Your Life (1991)Directed by Albert Brooks, starring Albert Brooks, Meryl Streep, and Rip Torn[James Bowman’s introductory remarks]
- July 26: After Life (Wandâfuru Raifu) (1998)Directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, starring Arata, Erika Oda, and Susumo Terajima[James Bowman’s introductory remarks]