Hunter College Presents Talking Movies
If you love movies but hate standing in line, welcome to Talking Movies with Jeffrey Lyons and Roberta Burrows. You're not only guaranteed a seat, but will be among the FIRST to see Hollywood, Independent, Foreign Films and Documentaries- before they open.
TIMEOUT, NY calls the film series “Witty and Intelligent!”
The series meets in the Fall and Spring and is co-hosted by the nationally-known film and theater critic Jeffrey Lyons and film executive Roberta Burrows.
At Talking Movies you'll discover future actors, directors and producers as well as meet such celebrated filmmakers as Alan Alda, Javier Bardem, Benjamin Bratt, Ed Burns, Ethan Hawke, Marcia Gae Harden, Hal Holbrook, James McAvoy, Stanley Tucci and Franco Zeffirelli.
At your private screenings, you'll see films like City Island, La Mission, The Lives of Pippa Lee, and The Last Station. We particularly like independent films that are character driven and tell a story.
The Q&A following the screening is your time to ask producers and directors about filmmaking and ask actors about their creative process.
Talking Movies Program
6 Thursday Nights
Fall & Spring semesters.
Talking Movies is not offered during the Summer term.
Your registration includes:
- 2 Thursday Night Guest Tickets
- 2 BONUS films
- PLUS absentee policy: If you cannot make a screening, you may send two people in your place.
- Drawing for 2 FREE Spring memberships
- Weekly information via e-mail or hot line at 212-712-1965, available 9:30am-9:30pm
Screening/Q & A: 7:00pm - 9:30pm
Directors Guild Theater
110 West 57th Street
Please indicate that you are a Hunter College participant when you register.
By credit card:
Call 212-712-1965; 9:30am-9:30pm
Talking Movies accepts Master Card or Visa (No American Express)
Make Checks out to “Talking Movies”
Mail to: 145 West 75th Street, 2F
New York, NY 10023
Past films included:
The Boys are Back; That Evening Sun; The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond; The Messenger; The Lives of Pippa Lee; The Last Station; The Killing of Kasztner: The Man Who Dealt with Nazis; and Skin