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Hitchcock in Color: Various Shades of Blonde
Hitchcock had a well-known penchant for blonde leading ladies. We’ll look at a few of these actresses and their male co-stars, with emphasis on the depiction of women in Hitchcock’s most popular color films.
American History at the Movies
Hollywood movies recreate, reflect, make history and help us measure change in our historical experience. Using feature-length films, we’ll learn about key moments, issues, controversies and personalities in our nation’s past.
Philosophy, Religion & Symbolism
Explore how film is used to convey sophisticated philosophical, religious and symbolic ideas. We’ll consider film images of good and evil, cyber worlds, reincarnation, divine figures, the afterlife, spiritual worlds, ghosts and more.
Dale received his BA degree in radio/television/film from Temple University’s School of Communication and Theater. His career in motion picture and television production spanned 35 years. Most recently, Dale was a member of the judging panel at the 2015 American Documentary Film Festival.
Buddhism & The Hsi Lai Temple Lecture
Buddhism is a way of life, a philosophy, and even a psychology to some. In this lecture, we will focus on the form of Buddhism expressed at the Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights, California, to prepare for our visit there on June 10.
The Bernard Osher Foundation was established in 1977 to support a wide range of educational and cultural activities. The Foundation provides funding to Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes at over 100 universities in 50 states.
Spring & Summer 2017 Programs and Courses
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