The William F. White, Jr. Library’s Film Series –held each semester – is in full swing every Friday at 2 p.m. in Library Room 530 from now until May 3. The series is a collection of movies handpicked by DMC professors and hosted by the White Library staff.
“I am excited about the whole series and the variety of movies,” said Director of Learning Resources Chris Tetzlaff-Belhasen. She said the faculty-driven series caters to all students and faculty.
The “History in Film Series” is specifically tailored to students who are taking, or are interested in, history. Various teachers in the History Department (and other departments) either require or give extra credit to students who view select movies from the list. This is an opportunity for students to improve their grades in select classes.
Students are allowed to bring their own snacks and drinks and Library staff are celebrating William Shakespeare’s birthday by providing a cake to those attending the showing of his play “Much Ado About Nothing” on April 19.
Tetzlaff-Belhasen said all students are encouraged to attend every Friday afternoon and expand their knowledge. “The series opens up insight on films students may have never seen,” she said.
Although the series is not advertised to the general public, anyone who is interested in seeing one of the films listed is welcome to the movie room. There is no admission and no college ID is needed to attend a viewing.
To view the film schedule, go to: