Livingston Film Series presents CINEMA’S EXILES: From Hitler to Hollywood
As the Nazis rose to power and took control of the country’s film industry in the 1930’s, a flood of Jewish film professionals fled their homeland and began their careers anew in Hollywood. Narrated by actress Sigourney Weaver, CINEMA’S EXILES is an enlightening documentary that traces the path of these exiles who brought their substantial talents to the burgeoning American film industry. Some, such as directors Fritz Lang and Billy Wilder, composer Franz Waxman and actors Hedy Lamarr and Peter Lorre, found great
Now in its third season, the Livingston Film Series presents a wide variety of independent features, documentaries, local films, and special screenings on the second Sunday of every month in the Dulcie Theatre at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts. A reception precedes each film at 6:30 pm; screenings are at 7:00 pm. Admission is free; donations are gratefully accepted.
The Livingston Film Series is generously sponsored by Marilyn Clotz & Mary Ann Bearden and Donald B. Gimbel.
Live and Let Livingston celebrates National Hummus Day
Who doesn’t love hummus?
Low in calories and high in protein, you can spread it on crackers, dunk it with veggies, or smear it on bagels. Sure, there are many brands and flavors on the market today
by Joyce Johnson
Paradise Valley’s Mike Art, shown here with a quote he loved by Emerson, passed away on Oct. 25, 2017. Friends, fans, family and employees past and present celebrated his life at the Livingston Elks Club last Sunday