CMRS Film Series

For relaxation and socialization, those with an interest in Medieval and Renaissance Studies will enjoy our CMRS film series. Each Autumn and Spring semester we choose a theme that coordinates with a current CMRS course offering or event—you need not be taking a course to attend, however, as all are welcome. From classics to recent releases, with special interest in films that are hard to find, screenings are free and open to the public.

Current Film Series: Elizabeth I 

Elizabeth Film Series Poster. Info reprinted below.
This semester, Spring 2020, the CMRS film series highlights cinematic depictions of Elizabeth I. The series will include screenings of television and film adaptations such as, Elizabeth R (1971), and Mary Queen of Scots (2018)
Screenings are held in Hagerty 198A at 7pm. These events are free and open to the public. Pizza and soda will be provided. CMRS Director Chris Highley will also lead post-film discussions. For more information, on specific screenings, please consult our 'Current Events Calendar.'
Previous Film Series:

Magic and Witchcraft (Spring 2018)

Gothic Paris (Spring 2017)

Harry Potter (Autumn 2016)

Shakespeare (Spring 2016)

Magic and Witchcraft (Autumn 2015)

Deposed Kings (Spring 2015) 

A Complete Cinematic Tolkien (Autumn 2014)

Game of Thrones (Spring 2014)

Magic and Witchcraft (Autumn 2013)

Medieval Scandinavia (Spring 2013)

Don Quijote (Autumn 2012)

Baghdad and Beyond (Spring 2012)     

Japanese Film: Portraits and Landscapes (Winter 2012)

Arthur c. 2000 (Autumn 2011)

Cinema Ruski (Spring 2011): Spring2011_Russia [pdf]

Gothic Paris (Winter 2011): Winter2011_GothicParis [pdf]

Queen Elizabeth I of England (Autumn 2010): Autumn2010_ElizabethI [pdf]

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