7:30 PM April 4
Presented by Centenary Film Society
Introduction by Jeanne Hamming, associate professor of English at Centenary College exploring what dystopian literature has gotten right (and wrong) about our future.
In 1949, George Orwell imagined a bleak future in his novel 1984. April 4 is the date in the novel in which the protagonist, Winston Smith, begins recording his thoughts in a forbidden diary, so what better day to screen the film adaptation and talk about dystopian science fiction?