World War I in Film – Oh! What a Lovely War: June 17th

World War I in Film – Oh! What a Lovely War: June 17th

World War I in Film Poster

Free WWI Film Screening

Oh! What a Lovely War, June 17th

Save the date.  More information to follow soon.

 

Past Film Screenings

All Quiet on the Western Front

Based on a 1929 anti-war novel by Erich Maria Remarque, the film follows idealistic German recruits in World War I as they experience tragedy and trauma that leads to their disillusionment in the war. The film received Academy Awards for Best Director Lewis Milestone and Outstanding Production, the equivalent of today’s Best Picture. Since its release on April 21, 1930, the film has gained widespread acclaim, including from the American Film Institute, which ranked it amongst the best films of the twentieth century. Whether you are a film buff or have an interest in history, you won’t want to miss this special screening!

For more information on future film screenings, please reference the poster above or contact the Heritage Room at (909)798-7632 or heritage@akspl.org

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