2022 is a year of celebrations at A.K. Smiley Public Library! In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Heritage Room and the 90th anniversary of the Lincoln Memorial Shrine, Smiley Library is offering two new film series: Redlands in Film and Lincoln in Film.
Redlands in Film will highlight movies filmed in or related to the city itself! Iconic locales such as Kimberly Crest, the Morey Mansion, and University of Redlands have served as the backdrop for such varied productions as film noir and slasher films, as well as dramas and black comedies. The series will run on alternating months March through December.
Lincoln in Film will feature movies depicting Abraham Lincoln’s life. One of the most celebrated figures in American history, Lincoln has been portrayed by such notable actors as Walter Huston, Henry Fonda, and Daniel Day Lewis in films directed by some of the most acclaimed directors in cinematic history. The series will run every other month February to November.
REDLANDS IN FILM
March 19 – How to Make an American Quilt (1995) Rated-13
May 21 – The Rules of Attraction (2002) Rated R
July 16 – New Orleans (1947) Not Rated
October 22 – Hell Night (1981) Rated R
December 17 – Talk About a Stranger (1952) Not Rated
LINCOLN IN FILM
February 19 – Abraham Lincoln (1930) Not Rated
April 16 – Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) Not Rated
June 18 – Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940) Not Rated
September 17 – Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) Rate R – Register Now!
November 19 – Lincoln (2012) Rated PG-13
Films will be screened at 2pm in the Contemporary Club, 173 S. Eureka Street, directly south of the Lincoln Memorial Shrine.. Screenings are free and open to the public thanks to the generosity of donors to the Library. Registration is requested, but not required, and will open one week prior to screening date.
Subject to change. For more information or for assistance with registration, please contact the Heritage Room at (909)798-7632 or email@example.com.