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Living Life to the Fullest: Gosho’s Where Chimneys are Seen – Arthur Noletti Jr.

Date: Sat. September 17th, 2005, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm
Location: Cleveland Cinematheque at the Cleveland Art Institute

A screening of a rare Japanese film by director Gosho Heinosuke, “Where Chimneys are Seen” 1953, 108 minutes) preceded by an introduction by Professor Arthur Nolletti, Jr., Framingham State University. New 35mm print with English subtitles. Discussion, led by Professor Nolletti, following hte film. Admission $8, Cinematheque members and CWRU/CIA students and staff (with ID) $5

Dr. Nolletti is the author of “The Cinema of Gosho Heinosuke: Laughter Through Tears” (2005, Indiana University Press).

This event is made possible by The Mitzie Levine Verne and Daniel Verne endowment Fund for Asian Studies. Co-sponsored by the Asian Studies Program at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Cinematheque.

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