The Kutler Center is the proud sponsor of Cinema Sundays, hosted by Ted Walch. Each year, a series of films is screened followed by a thought-provoking discussion. It’s casual. It’s fun. And it’s free. You may attend as many or as few of the screenings/discussions as you wish. The films vary widely in kind and flavor. The series is open to Parents, Alums, Parents of Alums, Community Members, and current students.

Below are the dates for the 2019-2020 series.  Each film begins at 3:00 p.m., and the discussion usually concludes by 6:00 p.m.  See the series poster.

  • SEP
    29
    THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL
    THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL
    2017, Amy Sherman-Palladino
    Several artists from this wildly popular television series will join us after we view one or two episodes.
  • OCT
    06
    THE KID WITH A BIKE
    THE KID WITH A BIKE
    2011, Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne — 87mins
    A 12-year-old boy and his bike travel the literal and figurative landscape of this heartbreaker from the Dardennes brothers.
  • OCT
    20
    TRIAL BY JURY: THE CASE OF THE N-WORD
    TRIAL BY JURY: THE CASE OF THE N-WORD
     
    HW parent and multimedia producer, KYLE BOWSER, presents this compelling interactive film experience. See the trial and jury deliberation, then discuss, before voting to determine a verdict.
  • NOV
    17
    THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
    THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
    1956, Alfred Hitchcock — 2 hours
    SAM WASSON invites us into the many delights of a favorite from Hitchcock, starring Doris Day and James Stewart.
  • NOV
    24
    THE HEIRESS
    THE HEIRESS
    1949, William Wyler — 116 minutes
    Director Wyler’s son DAVID WYLER unravels this compelling study of a woman caught between love and duty.
  • DEC
    15
    Johnny Guitar
    JOHNNY GUITAR
    1954, Nicholas Ray — 111 minutes
    Cinephile extraordinaire NICK LIEBERMAN (HW, '11) deconstructs a brilliant auteur Western that breaks boundaries, upends gender, and shreds tropes.
  • JAN
    12
    THE CROWD
    THE CROWD
    1928, King Vidor — 104 mins
    Guest MICHAEL MORTILLA at the piano accompanies Vidor’s “silent” masterpiece, and joins Walch for a discussion following the screening
  • JAN
    26
    THE BROWNING VERSION
    THE BROWNING VERSION
    1951, Anthony Asquith — 90 mins
    This knockout (the original, with Michael Redgrave) tells the story of a failed teacher and the beguiling kid who cares about him.
  • FEB
    02
    MR. AND MRS. BRIDGE
    MR. AND MRS. BRIDGE
    1990, James Ivory — 127 mins
    JOHN CONSIDINE and TED WALCH talk about working with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, the stars of James Ivory’s masterpiece.
  • FEB
    23
    HUD
    HUD
    1963, Martin Ritt — 112 mins
    MAX BARIL joins TED WALCH as they replicate their podcast of Paul Newman’s finest performance.
  • MAR
    01
    HOLIDAY
    HOLIDAY
    1938, George Cukor — 95 mins
    REBECCA VAN DUSEN helps us bask in the delights of this Hepburn/Grant classic comedy.
  • MAR
    08
    BASQUIAT
    BASQUIAT
    1996, Julian Schnabel — 108 mins
    LIZY DASTIN, street-art expert, presents Julian Schnabel’s story of Michel Basquiat, graffiti artist and neo-Expressionist.
  • APR
    26
    SUPERBAD
    SUPERBAD
    2007, Greg Mottola — 118 mins
    Film enthusiast LELAND FRANKEL (HW, '12) promises to prove Superbad 'a masterpiece.' Host Ted Walch remains skeptical, but compliant.
  • MAY
    03
    THE RIDER
    THE RIDER
    2018, Chloé Zhao — 105 mins
    ALEX O’FLINN, editor, presents Chloe Zhao’s remarkable film. It’s Walch’s favorite from 2018.

For more information, please contact Ted Walch.