ONLINE EVENT – Video Introduction, Zoom Discussion and Q&A on CITIZEN KANE with film historian Glenn Andreiev!

So much has been written about Orson Welles’ monumental debut film – CITIZEN KANE, but did you know these fascinating Kane facts? William Randolph Hearst, the basis for Charles Foster Kane, had aspirations to become an actor. There is an earlier film that closely shares CITZEN KANE’s plot line and story structure. Director/star/co-writer Welles filmed a large portion of CITIZEN KANE recovering from a crippling injury. Join film historian/film maker Glenn Andreiev as he presents a one-night-only Zoom discussion and Q&A on Welles’ breathtaking and always entertaining 1941 film masterpiece. Ticket holders will be provided with a video introduction by Andreiev and will then be invited to watch the film on the streaming platform of their choice (where available) for a small fee. Participants can then join Mr. Andreiev for the Zoom discussion about CITIZEN KANE, and discuss why after almost 80 years, is still considered the greatest American made film.

INSTRUCTIONS: Upon receiving your email order confirmation, you can view Glenn’s video introduction to the film, provided in a private Vimeo link available only to ticket-holders. You can then watch the film on your own time through your preferred rental/streaming service (where available) and then join Glenn for the Zoom call discussion and Q&A on July 9th at 8:00 PM with the provided invitation link.

Public $10 | Members $7











When: Thu., July 9, 2020 at 8:00 pm

So much has been written about Orson Welles’ monumental debut film – CITIZEN KANE, but did you know these fascinating Kane facts? William Randolph Hearst, the basis for Charles Foster Kane, had aspirations to become an actor. There is an earlier film that closely shares CITZEN KANE’s plot line and story structure. Director/star/co-writer Welles filmed a large portion of CITIZEN KANE recovering from a crippling injury. Join film historian/film maker Glenn Andreiev as he presents a one-night-only Zoom discussion and Q&A on Welles’ breathtaking and always entertaining 1941 film masterpiece. Ticket holders will be provided with a video introduction by Andreiev and will then be invited to watch the film on the streaming platform of their choice (where available) for a small fee. Participants can then join Mr. Andreiev for the Zoom discussion about CITIZEN KANE, and discuss why after almost 80 years, is still considered the greatest American made film.

INSTRUCTIONS: Upon receiving your email order confirmation, you can view Glenn’s video introduction to the film, provided in a private Vimeo link available only to ticket-holders. You can then watch the film on your own time through your preferred rental/streaming service (where available) and then join Glenn for the Zoom call discussion and Q&A on July 9th at 8:00 PM with the provided invitation link.

Public $10 | Members $7

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