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We are almost sold out for Fall 2018. Registration is closed to new members and new member requests we already have will be added, if possible, in the order received. Returning Members can renew by mail only.
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The Greater New Haven Cinema Club
at the Madison Art Cinemas
We are almost sold out for Fall 2018. Only Returning Members accepted by mail.
For 18 and a half years, the Cinema Club has brought sneak previews and engaging discussions to the Greater New Haven area. The very first screening was of TWO FAMILY HOUSE in October 2000 at the Madison Art Cinemas. The Madison Art’s Arnold Gorlick greets members at every show with Cohen’s bagels, local fresh-baked scones, croissants, muffins, cluster cookies, home-baked biscotti, Essse Italian coffees, Connecticut’s own Harney & Sons tea and, of course, his warm, welcoming smile. Today, we continue to meet for two seasons out of the year (winter/spring and fall) at the Madison Art Cinemas for stimulating films and discussions -- all moderated by Yale Professors John MacKay or Michael Kerbel. Join today to become part of Greater New Haven’s rich film history!
Co-Moderator Michael Kerbel received his graduate degree in film from the Columbia University School of the Arts. He is Director of the Yale Film Study Center — which houses the University's extensive film and video collection... Visit Michael’s page
Co-Moderator John MacKay studied at the University of British Columbia, the Pushkin Institute in Moscow, and Yale University. He is now a professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Yale, specializing in Russian film,... Visit John’s page
Proudly hosted at the Madison Art Cinemas 761 Boston Post Rd • Madison, CT 06443
Please call the theater directly with questions about parking,
directions or other theater specifics: (203) 245-3456