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Phone: 443-287-9960 | Fax: 443-287-9920

January 31, 2006
CONTACT: Amy Lunday

"Friday Night Films" Debuts with
Guest Peter Bogdanovich

On Friday, Feb. 3, a visit from director Peter Bogdanovich and a showing of his 1985 film Mask will open the new Friday Night Films series, organized by a student-run club of the same name on the Homewood campus. Bogdanovich will introduce the film at 7 p.m. and lecture after the film.

Working with Film and Media Studies, the students have assembled a semester-long lineup of films that will be shown each week in Mudd Auditorium at 8 p.m., for $2 per person, with the exception of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, which will be free of charge and shown outside on the Keyser Quadrangle. The opener is in Hodson Auditorium and the closer outdoors on the Keyser Quadrangle; all others will be shown in Mudd Hall Auditorium.

Future films are Feb. 10, Sideways; Feb. 17, Ray; Feb. 24, Bride and Prejudice, co- sponsored by South Asian Students at Hopkins; March 3, The Royal Tenenbaums; March 10, Garden State; March 17, Annie Hall; March 31, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind; April 7, Amélie; April 14, Requiem For A Dream; April 21, The Pianist, co-sponsored by Amnesty International; April 28, Millions; and May 5, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. For information, the general public should call 410-516- 5048 or e-mail zkeshwa1@jhu.edu.

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