The 2017 Curricular Enrichment Film Series was scheduled to resume on Sept. 1, but because of problems with the air conditioning and the elevators, the film series resumed with the movie “Tower” on Sept. 22.
Merry Bortz, head of Library Technical Services, said the series can be a rewarding experience.
“It is a wide range of movies to provide the students with a cultural experience,” Bortz said.
The faculty selects the films. The film shown around Halloween is usually chosen for the purpose of entertainment value.
The 2017 film series includes such films as “The Thing,” a movie about a haunting alien and destructive force, and “Macbeth,” about the future king of Scotland.
Small snacks and covered drinks are allowed at the showings. The free film series is open to the public at 2 p.m. every Friday in the White Library in Room 530.
Sept.29: “Eye in the Sky”
Oct. 6: “Of Mind and Music”
Oct. 13: “Still Alice”
Oct.27: “The Thing”
Nov. 3: “Snowden
Nov. 10: “Macbeth”
Nov. 17: “Camille Claudel”
Dec. 1: “Sophie Scholl The Final Days
Dec. 8: “Network”