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This was the first screening of a three-part series celebrating women’s history month.
Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., the Alamo Drafthouse Theatre in Winchester will be screening the last film for the month, “I Am Not Your Negro.”
A class of over 50 students are turning a student-written screenplay into a short film this semester.
The Film Studies and Mass Communication Programs, with help from the Gender and Women’s Studies Program, are sponsoring an event for those interested in film and digital storytelling.
For those that grew up with this film or the collection of readings, you might want to pass: the new film simply does not make the cut against these classic works.
Be sure to check out these films when they hit theaters this summer!
Even though the movie will release right around final exam time, I’ll be sure to make room to fit “Captain America: Civil War” into my schedule.
Tyler Ganis, Staff Writer
In the Academy-nominated movie, “Room,” based on a novel by Emma Donaghue, a woman and her son are stuck in a room, the size of a dorm, with one skylight, for seven years.