5:07pm

Fri September 14, 2012
Arts & Culture

East Brainerd's Heritage House Hosts Free Film Screenings This Fall

Classic noir films (such as Jack Palance's role as Jack the Ripper in 'Man In The Attic') will be screened at the Heritage House throughout the fall.  Also, the Heritage House will host Open Screen Night, an evening of short, independent films presented by Chattamovies, on September 22nd.

In this segment, Kris Jones, the Arts Assistant with the Heritage House, and Jimmy Lee Smith, the founder of Chattamovies, join us to talk about the events.

From the Heritage House's news letter:

Special Events:

September 22nd

Open Screen Night

September 23rd  

The Levine Family Letters – A celebration of Love and History

October 13th

Bark in the Park

October 11th

Sweet Diversity

October 26th

Masque of the Phantom Ball

MOVIE HERITAGE SERIES FREE

Join us as we explore film history beginning with the genre “Film Noir”. Each Month we will present a classic title along with a brief discussion of what makes the film a part of the genre and a brief history of its making. Films are non-rated, not recommended for children. We encourage you to wear your favorite fedora:) See our calendar belowfor dates and film titles. Doors open at 7pm

Sept 29th “The Strange Loves of Martha Ivers” 1946 - Directed by Louis Milestone. Starring Barbara Stanwick, Van Heflin, Lizabeth Scott and Kirk Douglas in his debut role.

Oct. 19th “Man in the Attic”

1953 - Starring Jack Palance

Nov. 16th “Suddenly”

1954 - Starring Frank Sinatra

Dec. 7th “Meet John Doe”

1941 - Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck, Directed by Frank Capra