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December 2000

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Brooklyn Center Cinema
and the
Brooklyn College Film Dept.
present a Film Series: 

The Aesthetics of Wide Screen Motion Pictures
By Foster Hirsch
Professor Hirsch will lead a discussion before each screening

December 4
2:00 pm   Walt Whitman Theatre
Opened to Students, Seniors and Brooklyn Center Cinema Patrons

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  Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis
, Nancy Loomis, P.J. Soles, Charles Cypher

Directed by John Carpenter
Screenplay by John Carpenter and Debra Hill
Music Composed by John Carpenter
Cinematography: Dean Cundey
Produced by Irwin Yablans

1978 - 93 min

Kyle Richards, Brian Andrews, John Michael Graham, Nancy Stephens, Nick Castle, Jr., Adam Holender,
Robert Phalen, Sandy Johnson,
David Kyle, Arthur Malet, Mickey Yablans

and Tony Moran as Michael Myers

John Carpenter's first in the series of merciless horror/terror films that would go on to make Mike Myers a household word and forever change the way we look at hockey masks, and perhaps gives us pause to rethink the merits of the returning prodigal son.

Filmed in Panavision«
Presented in
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Extreme MegaSound


Additional Credits

Debra Hill: Producer / Screenwriter
Charles Burnstein: Editor
Tommy Lee Wallace: Editor / Production Designer

Craig Stearns: Production Designer / Set Designer
Rick Wallace: First Assistant Director
Raymond Stella: Camera Operator
Jim Winburn: Stunts
Thomas D. Causey: Sound/Sound Designer
Don Behrns: Production Manager

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2:00 pm   Walt Whitman Theatre
Opened to Students, Seniors and Brooklyn Center Cinema Patrons

A Robert Harris Restoration of
A David Lean Picture

A Columbia Pictures Release (1962)
221 Minutes with a 10 min Intermisison

Peter O'Toole, Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack
Hawkins and Omar Sharif
with Anthony Quayle, John Dimech,
JosÚ Ferrer and Kenneth Fortescue

Screenplay by Robert Bolt and Michael Wilson
Freddie Young: Cinematographer
Music Score by
Maurice Jarre
Produced by Sam Spiegel
Directed by David Lean

Filmed in Super Panavision« - A Dolby SR Print
Presented in
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Total Surround MegaSound

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Additional Production Credits

Anne V. Coates: Editor
John Box and Tony Masters: Production Design
John Stoll: Art Director
Morris W. Stoloff: Musical Direction/Supervision
Dario Simoni: Set Designer
Phyllis Dalton: Costume Designer
Charles Parker: Makeup
Cliff John Richardson: Special Effects
Tony Rimmington and Roy Stevens: 1st Asst Dir
Ernest Day: Camera Operator
John Palmer: Production Manager
Maude Spector: Casting


Academy Awards  - 1962

Best Picture
Best Actor (n): Peter O'Toole
Best Adapted Screenplay (n): Robert Bolt
Best Art Direction: John Box, Dario Simoni, John Stoll
Best Cinematography: Freddie Young
Best Director: David Lean
Best Editing: Anne V. Coates

Best Score: Maurice Jarre
Best Sound
Best Supporting Actor (n): Omar Sharif

American Film Institute 1998
100 Greatest American Movies

British Academy Awards - 1962
Best British Actor: Peter O'Toole
Best Film - David Lean
Best Screenplay: Robert Bolt

Directors Guild of America 1962
Best Director

Golden Globe 1963
Best Director
Best Film (in Drama)
Best Supporting Actor

National Board of Review  1962
10 Best Films
Best Director

The pictures from LAWRENCE OF ARABIA are copyrighted by Columbia/Sony Pictures and contain design enhancement and additional creative elements by Martin Hart.  Used with permission.

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