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MINI WINTER STUDIES 2023
March 3, 2023 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 3:00 pm on Friday, repeating until March 3, 2023
Visualizing the Imagined: Five Films Tied to the FloGris “Dreams & Memories” Exhibit
with Dr. Mark J. Schenker, Senior Associate Dean and Dean of Academic Affairs in Yale College
Fridays, February 3-March 3, 3:00-4:30pm (pre-screening of film at 1:00pm; March 3 at 12:00pm); PLEASE NOTE: sessions cannot be purchase individually
$100 (Members 10% discount)
Dr. Mark Schenker of Yale College returns to FloGris to extend his How to Read a Film approach to five films—from four different countries and spanning over 70 years— that engage dreams and memories as both theme and technique. Ranging in genre from drama and mystery to horror, fantasy, and science fiction, these movies engage the imagined elements of our lives (which include memories, in that they are necessarily reconstructed and imaged when they are recalled) as well as dreams and, indeed, the art of cinema itself.
February 3 • Dead of Night (1945) • Various Directors • RT: 103 mins
February 10 • The Wizard of Oz (1939) • Victor Fleming • RT: 101 mins
February 17 • Wild Strawberries (1957) • Ingmar Bergman • RT: 91 mins
February 24 • Last Year at Marienbad (1961) • Alan Resnais • RT: 94 mins
March 3 • Inception (2010) • Christopher Nolan • RT: 148 mins
Dreams & Memories is on view through May 14, 2023.
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This exhibition has been made possible by the generous support from Connecticut Humanities, the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, HSB, The Aeroflex Foundation, The David T. Langrock Foundation, Mr. Andy Baxter, Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Webster, Deborah & Roy Moore, Wayne & Barbara Harms, Bouvier Insurance, Mr. & Mrs. Jeb Embree as well as donors to the Museum’s Annual Fund.