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Wright Reels: The Taliesin Fellowship And Film

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by Eric last modified Nov 04, 2013

The Oak Park Public Library will feature a free cinema and discussion series from 2 to 4:30 pm on November 3, 10 and 17, 2013 that will interest Wright-ophiles. The series is titled "Wright Reels: The Taliesin Fellowship and Film" and examines feature-length and short films screened at Taliesin’s Hillside Playhouse from 1942-43 and is inspired The Fellowship apprentice Priscilla J. Henken’s book Taliesin Diary. This series will have Risé Sanders-Weir, professor of film history...




 

 

Screen Shot 2013-11-04 at 7.39.44 AMThe Oak Park Public Library will feature a free cinema and discussion series from 2 to 4:30 pm on November 3, 10 and 17, 2013 that will interest Wright-ophiles. The series is titled "Wright Reels: The Taliesin Fellowship and Film" and examines feature-length and short films screened at Taliesin’s Hillside Playhouse from 1942-43 and is inspired The Fellowship apprentice Priscilla J. Henken’s book Taliesin Diary. This series will have Risé Sanders-Weir, professor of film history at Triton College, introducing the films. Read an interview with professor Sanders-Weir to learn some insights into Wright's film tastes during the years being explored.

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