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Re: [movies-320] Frost / Nixon: Cedar Lee / Lopez

From: Ron
Sent on: Sunday, January 4, 2009 12:48 PM
I may attend this, and thought others in the group might be interested.  Contact Deena at [address removed]  if you would like to sign up.

For film enthusiasts, or people who just want to win triva games. Learn the complete History of film in six fun, info-filled weeks.
Best History of Film Ever 
with Mitchell Fields
Starting Jan 18
Runs 6 Sundays 6PM-9PM
(No class February 22 - Oscar Night)
Mitchell Fields is a Professor at Baldwin -Wallace College where he teaches Improvisation, Film and Theater. He is also an acting coach in private practice. From 1999 until it closed in 2003, Mitchell was the Program Directorand Head Teacher at: Second City Cleveland. Other experiences in teaching include Acting Coach for Something Dada Improvisational Theater Troupe, Acting
Instructor for The Cleveland Playhouse, Acting Instructor at 
Lakeland Community College, Associate Director of The Cleveland Theater Company, Theater Department Chairman and Artistic Director of the Fine Arts Association of Willoughby, and Acting Coach for Giant Portions Improvisational Theater Comedy Troupe, Teacher of Dramatic Arts, Film and Speech-Beachwood High School. Certified inEnglish 7 -12, Drama K - 12. Mitchell has an MA from Columbia University. He is also a professional actor whose credits include hundreds of roles in the theater and several films. He is a member of Actors Equity Association and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

On Sat, Jan 3, 2009 at 9:28 AM, Jims <[address removed]> wrote:
Hello everyone

A welcome to quite a few new members:

Mary Ellen (who we hope will see a non-mainstream movies with us)
Reena (welcome to Cleveland)
Calvin (I have already had a few interesting conversations with him. I hope you can make the after discussion of Frost/Nixon since you already know a lot of the history about this)
When: January 15,[masked]:00 PM
Fee: $1.50 per event or $5 for 2009

As I said before, there are quite a few movies to select from, but I don't want to miss the small ones, so we may come back to some of the "good" Hollywood movies later on if one or more of them receives Oscar nominations. Note that we are scheduling Gran Torino later this month.

Speaking of small movies, don't forget our double feature this Friday at the Cinemateque. Where else can you see movies about Debt and Port-a-Potties in one evening? Please consider becoming a member there. Cleveland is (uniquely) blessed to have the Cinemateque and like all arts organizations, they are struggling. You will be helping independent films in Cleveland.

Speaking of big movies, my friend Terry Meehan, a local film critic, teaches an Adult Ed film class on the Oscars.

The four-week class which begins the week of January 26, 2009, and ends the week after the
Oscars. He will present the annual Terry Meehan Award for Oscar-Picking Excellence. (You may want to start practicing your Red Carpet poses.)

Note that there will be no class the week of February 16.

As in the past, we will share our thoughts on 2009's five Best Picture
nominees; discuss the other categories; consider what Oscar was like in
the early years; make our Oscar picks and turn them in; and hope that
this will be the year you finally make that trip to the podium.

Garfield Middle School - 13114 Detroit, Lakewood
Mondays, 7:00 to 9:00 PM - Learning Resources Center
Begins January 26, 2009 - Fee: $49, Non-Res: $59
To register, call: [masked]

South Euclid Community Center
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Begins January 27, 2009 - Fee: $39, Non-Res: $44
To register, call[masked]

For more information, feel free to contact me by phone
[masked]) or email ([address removed]).

You can always get in touch with me through the "Contact Organizer" link on Meetup:

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