The Kutler Center is the proud sponsor of Cinema Sundays in which 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. Join us whether you think of yourself as a cinephile or just want to check it out.

HOST: Max Baril '06
2022-2023 DATES: February 5, February 26, March 5, March 19, and May 21
TIME: Screenings and discussions begin at 3:00 PM and end by 6:00 PM
LOCATION: Ahmanson Lecture Hall, Harvard-Westlake Upper School, 3700 Coldwater Canyon, Studio City
RSVP: No RSVP required; just show up.

  • Feb
    5
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    TROUBLE IN PARADISE
    1932, Ernst Lubitsch

    Sam Wasson '99, movie writer, joins us for the first showing of the 2022-2023 to discuss one of Ted Walch's favorite movies.

  • Feb
    26
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    A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS
    1964, Sergio Leone

    Olivia Chuba '12 and her brother Nick '10 return to discuss all things costume and music in this Clint Eastwood classic.

  • Mar
    5
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    INSIDE THE BEAUTY BUBBLE
    2021, Cheri Gaulke PoA '12, PofA'12

    Retired video art teacher and former chair of the visual arts department CHERI GAULKE PofA '12, PofA '12 shares two of her recent short films focused on art and diversity.

For more information, please contact Jim Patterson.