New York City Chapter Event
Let’s Go to the Movies!Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Time: 6:00 - 9:00PM
Location: LGBT Center - 208 West 13th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues) Room 301
This event is SOLD OUT!
Contact: Sandy Merrill
Get tired of films with too much violence or sex?
Then join us for an exclusive private screening of a film followed by a lively, informed discussion with the renowned NYU film professor Harry Chotiner. The evening will run from 6-9PM, with the movie showing from 6-8 PM followed by a discussion from 8-9 PM. So come for the evening, let the movie be a surprise, and have fun discussing the movie with a renowned film professor and your TTN friends.
Want to see a real grown-up drama?
Harry Chotiner, PhD , is currently an adjunct assistant professor in Film Studies at the School for Professional Studies at New York University. He grew up in Los Angeles and as such, the movie industry was part of his family life. He has done graduate work in Rabbinic studies, earned a PhD in American History, was an editor of Socialist Review magazine.
He and worked in the film industry as everything from a script reader for Francis Coppola's Zoetrope Studios to head of the Script Department at CBS Theatrical Films, to VP of Creative Affairs at 20th Century Fox. After that, he taught history and raised a son. He has received teaching excellence awards at the high school and university level, including NYU School of Professional Studies Teaching Excellence Award.
Refunds can only be made for cancellations received at least one week (7 calendar days) before the event.
Payments by check must be received 7 DAYS before the event, or registration
will be cancelled.