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.

The 2021-2022 series will begin virtually. Be sure to watch the movie before attending the discussion. As soon as it is safe to meet in person, the series will offer a mix of live screenings and virtual discussions. Virtual discussions begin at 5:00 PM and end at 6:00 PM. Live screenings begin at 3:00 PM, and the discussion concludes by 6:00 PM. Contact us to be sent the links for the virtual discussions, to be added to our email distribution, or to ask any questions.

2021-2022 Dates:
September 26, October 10, October 17, October 24,  October 31, November 14, December 5, December 12, January 9, January 23, January 30, February 6, February 13, February 27, March 13, March 20, May 8, and May 15.

  • Sep
    26
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    CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER
    1994, Phillip Noyce

    Miguel Sandoval (P’06), who plays Colombian drug lord Ernesto Escobedo, promises some “good anecdotes” about his time as a bad guy in a good movie.

  • Oct
    10
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    HIDDEN FIGURES
    2016, Theodore Melfi

    Jason Collins ’97 knows what it means to be a groundbreaker, and he will be just that as he enriches our understanding of Hidden Figures.

  • Oct
    17
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    REAR WINDOW
    1954, Alfred Hitchcock

    Alumna Olivia Chuba ’12 joins Ted Walch to talk about Edith Head, the costume designer for Rear Window, along with several hundred other films [sic].  Edith Head is the best of the best, and Olivia Chuba will have a lot to say about just how Head made Grace Kelly in Rear Window even more beautiful.

  • Oct
    24
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    TBA
  • Oct
    31
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    CHINATOWN
    1974, Roman Polanski

    Scott Healy, musician, deconstructs Jerry Goldsmith’s iconic score.  Author Sam Wasson ’99, an expert on the script will hang in the corners with an anecdote or two about this remarkable film.

For more information, please contact Ted Walch.