The Footcandle Film Society starts it's "Classics at the Drendel" series, highlighting the American Film Institute's top films of all time, with CITIZEN KANE (1941) on Sunday, November 18th at 2:00pm at the Drendel Auditorium at the SALT Block.
After the screening there will be an in-depth discussion of the film, notes about the film's production and an understanding of its place in film history.
About the film: Multimillionaire newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane dies alone in his extravagant mansion, Xanadu, speaking a single word: "Rosebud". In an attempt to figure out the meaning of this word, a reporter tracks down the people who worked and lived with Kane; they tell their stories in a series of flashbacks that reveal much about Kane's life but not enough to unlock the riddle of his dying breath.
Tickets are $5.00 for everyone and can be purchased at the event with cash or credit/debit cards. (Please note: This film series is not included as part of regular Footcandle membership so members would still need to purchase tickets.)
Contact Footcandle Film Society:
Post Office Box 9123, Hickory, North Carolina 28603
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