• Sat, February 9 at 12:00 pm

    ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT Post-screening discussion with Vanderbilt professor Kenneth MacLeish, following the Noon screening

    On Sat, February 9, following the Noon screening of ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT, there will be a post-screening discussion on war in film with Kenneth MacLeish, assistant professor of Medicine, Health, and Society at Vanderbilt University, specializing in military medicine and mental health (part one of two-part discussion that includes screening of THE DEER HUNTER Saturday, February 16 at noon)

    Academy Award® Winner, 1930 - Best Picture, Director

    This epic adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque's novel of the same name follows a group of young German schoolboys as they enlist in the army, train, and eventually encounter death and destruction in the trenches of World War I. A masterpiece hailed by many as the progenitor of the anti-war film genre, it lays bare the universal brutality of war, stripping it of its glory, while poignantly illuminating the very personal tragic toll on the young soldiers who do the fighting. The film, which earned both Oscars for both its director (Lewis Mileston) and producer (Carl Lemmle, Jr.), is presented here in its newly restored complete and uncut version.