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The Buffalo Film Seminars take place Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. promptly, at the Dipson Amherst Theatre, 3500 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14226.

Each week Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson introduce the film, the film is screened, we take a brief break, and then have an open discussion with students in a University at Buffalo film class and anyone else who cares to join us.

Tickets for the seminars are adults $9, students $7, seniors $6.50. Season tickets are available any time at a 15% reduction for the cost of the remaining films. Free parking.

Handouts with production details, anecdotes and critical comments about each week’s film on goldenrod paper are available in the lobby 45 minutes before each session. The Goldenrod handouts are posted online one day before the screening. (All previous handouts are also online.)

The Buffalo Film Seminars are presented by the University at Buffalo.

 

Film Schedule

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Film Schedule

2020-2021

2018-2019

2016-2017

2015-2016

2013-2014

2012-2013

Sours: http://www.buffalo.edu/cas/english/news-events/upcoming_events/buffalo-film-seminars.html

The Buffalo Film Seminars, the popular film series connected with the University of Buffalo, have decided to continue their screening of classic and contemporary films online, for the time being (due to the pandemic). This year's opening film is Pandora's Box, starring Louise Brooks, which will screen August 31. From the UBNow website:

Aug. 31: “Pandora’s Box,” 1929, directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, C (Kanopy). The semester usually begins with a classic film from the pre-sound era, and the series opener this semester is no exception. This silent film chronicles the rise and inevitable fall of an amoral but naive young woman, played by Louise Brooks, “whose insouciant eroticism inspires lust and violence in those around her,” according to IMDb.

Other films in this year's series include The Grand Illusion (1937),Chinatown (1974), Barry Lyndon(1975), and The Princess Bride (1987), among others. More information about the series, including access, can be found HERE (UBNow article) and/or HERE (Buffalo Film Seminars).

Though online, these screenings are generally only open  to University of Buffalo student and faculty.

This year's screening of Pandora's Box (1929) is not the first time Buffalo Film Seminars has screened the film. Earlier, in person screenings took place in the Fall of 2001, Spring of 2007 (with Philip Carli on electronic piano), Spring of 2013, and Spring of 2016. Apparently, someone in Buffalo likes Louise Brooks as Lulu! What's more, the film series prepares extensive film notes for the films it screens. While similar, the BFS notes for each screening in the past do differ a little. Here are links to a pdf of the previous film note screenings, which were prepared by Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson.

Fall of 2001

Spring of 2007 

Spring of 2013

Spring of 2016

The series has, as well, screened another Louise Brooks film, Diary of a Lost Girl (1929). It was shown in the Fall of 2015. Its film notes can be found HERE. Please note: the pdf notes for Diary include an image of a naked women who is not Louise Brooks.

Sours: https://louisebrookssociety.blogspot.com/2021/08/buffalo-film-seminars-to-screen.html
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The Buffalo Film Seminars take place Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. promptly at the Amherst Theatre, 3500 Main Street, in the University Plaza, directly across the street from UB's Main St Campus.

Each week Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson introduce the film, the film is screened, and then have an open discussion with students in a University at Buffalo film class and anyone else who cares to join us.

Tickets for the seminars are adults $9.50, students $7.50, seniors $7.00. Season tickets are available any time at a 15% reduction for the cost of the remaining films. There is ample free parking, with a disabled parking zone close to the theatre.

Handouts with production details, anecdotes and critical comments about each week's film on goldenrod paper are available in the theatre lobby 45 minutes before each session. The Goldenrod handouts are posted online one day before the screening. (All previous handouts are also online.) 

The Buffalo Film Seminars are presented by the Dipson's Amherest Theatre and the University at Buffalo.

 

Buffalo Film Seminars and Covid-19

Goldenrod Handouts

Fall 2020 schedule card (pdf)

Fall 2020 Poster (pdf)

Fall 2020 class readings (html)

All films shown in Buffalo Film Seminars I-XX, 2000-2010,by series, title, title, director & year (PDF)

click here to receive the BFS weekly film announcements

email bruce jackson
email diane christian

Sours: http://csac.buffalo.edu/bfs.html
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