A collaboration between Emory College and the Department of Film and Media Studies, showing a series of outstanding films from Universal Pictures plus two documentary specials and two features programmed and hosted by Sir Salman Rushdie.
Emory is the only venue in the Southeast to show this touring series of outstanding films from the oldest continuously operating producer-distributor in the U.S.
All screenings are FREE and unticketed. Unless otherwise noted, all screenings are in 35mm and will be shown in White Hall 205 at 7:30 pm.
Series curated and introduced by Film and Media Studies faculty. Thanks to Dr. Matthew Bernstein, Dr. David Pratt, Ms. Annie Hall, Dr. James Steffen and Mr. Alfredo Villar.
Learn more about the Spring 2013 Emory Cinematheque film series Universal Pictures: Celebrating 100 Years.