The Fall Season features six outstanding contemporary films representing a broad spectrum of international film talent. It includes a brief introduction to each film, film notes, discussions, and refreshments. Screenings begin at 7:50 pm in Gateway Center’s Davis Auditorium.
Doors open at 7:10; refreshments are served at 7:30 pm.
A season subscription costs $54; for seniors (60 and over) and WCC Faculty/Staff, $48. A single admission is $11; for WCC Faculty/Staff and seniors, $10. FREE for WCC students with a student ID. Click here to download order form. For more information, call Bob Bruckenthal at 914-723-3186. For school closings, please visit the college website or call 914-606-6900.
Recently retired as a criminal court employee, Benjamin Esposito decides to write a novel. He draws on his own past as a civil servant for a true, moving and tragic story in which he was once very directly involved. In 1974, his court was assigned to investigate a rape and murder of a beautiful woman. (129 minutes)