Free Friday Flicks

February 09, 2018

05:30 PM - 08:30 PM

1166 Fort Street Mall, FS 304


HPU EVENT:    “High Noon” hosted by Dr. Allison Gough

 

The Western as metaphor: High Noon (1952) is considered one of the best Western films ever made - a successful box-office production by Stanley Kramer and director Fred Zinnemann (who also directed From Here to Eternity (1953) and A Man For All Seasons (1966). The Western genre was employed to tell an uncharacteristic social problem tale about civic responsibility, without much of the typical frontier violence, panoramic landscapes, or marauding natives.

 

Join Dr. Allison Gough for pizza and a movie.

 

For more information on Free Friday Flicks, contact the Department of Communication at communication@hpu.edu / (808) 543‐8044.

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