Park Row Sunday Schmooze
Sunday, February 28, 2010 Bagel Brunch at 10am - Film at 11am
Followed by Discussion with CAC Co-Director Vic Skolnick
$9 Members - $12 Public No Refunds
Sam Fuller's favorite film and perhaps his most personal, Park Row is set in New York's
newspaper district during the 1880s, where a dedicated journalist sets up his own
paper. It is an immediate success but attracts opposition from one of the bigger papers and the heiress who owns it. The newsman
perseveres with the help of the first Linotype machine, invented on his premises, and while also giving a hand with getting the
Statue of Liberty erected. Produced, written and directed by Sam Fuller, Park Row is a trailblazing film that defined independent
cinema before it even had a name. USA, 1952, 83 min.
Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave.
Huntington, NY 11743
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