A UC Berkeley course open to the public as space permits
Emily Carpenter is a lecturer in the Department of Film and Media at UC Berkeley
BAM/PFA and the UC Berkeley Department of Film and Media copresent the film-lecture course Film 50, now celebrating its twenty-second year. This year's course, taught by Emily Carpenter, showcases an exciting lineup of world cinema classics, globetrotting between continents and featuring strong examples from various film movements and historical periods. The selection also draws upon the strengths of the BAM/PFA film collection and our ability to present the film experience faithfully, with a high standard of technical presentation. Enjoy the communal experience of viewing while learning how to understand the complex medium of film.
Tickets for Film 50 screenings go on sale to the general public on December 18, 2014. BAM/PFA members at the Sponsor level and above may purchase tickets during an advance buying window, December 11 to December 17, using a promo code that has been sent by mail. If you are a member at the Sponsor level or above and did not receive your promo code by mail, please contact our member hotline, (510) 642-5186. If you would like to become a member at the Sponsor level or above in order to purchase advance tickets, please call (510) 642-5186. Click here for information about membership levels and benefits.
General admission, $11.50; BAM/PFA members, $7.50; UC Berkeley students, $5.50; Seniors, disabled persons, UC Berkeley faculty and staff, non-UC Berkeley students, and youth 17 and under, $8.50.