Movie buffs, film fans, and cinéastes meet to talk about their favorite art form and share their feelings and analysis of a selected film.

On Tuesday, JULY 12, at 7 pm, we'll meet to discuss Charlie Chaplin's 1936 classic Modern Times  (the winner of our recent poll!) 

We'll have Film Prof. Brendan Kredell here to help moderate the discussion, but we welcome passionate fans of this landmark comedy full of technical achievements and impressive set pieces. It's the final appearance of Chaplin's Tramp character and his final silent film (or, mostly silent, this time). 

We encourage attendees who have already seen the film to re-watch it, and especially look forward to hearing from anyone who is viewing it for the first time. To watch the film before our meeting, you can place a hold on a library copy HERE

You can also use your Ferndale Library card to stream Modern Times through KANOPY

AND, although the event is in-person, you can still join us from home via Zoom and be a part of the conversation.  CLICK HERE to let us know your preference for attending. 

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