A WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES

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It is that time again at NYIT with a new semester, a fresh start, and new experiences for all. The Communication Aets department welcomes all in the NYIT community to Wednesday Night Flicks! It is a weekly event that takes place at 5:30pm in which films selected by chairmen of the Communication Arts department chairperson Professor Don Fizzinoglia, are screened for students. All students are welcomed and refreshments are served free of charge. It is an intoxicating evening to sit down and bask in the glory of classic films and then have the opportunity to discuss them afterwards.

Every semester, a theme is selected by Professor Fizzinoglia. Last semester it was classic science fiction films that depicted the future and what it held for us as human beings. This semester he is unleashing the cinematic brilliance of the Femme Fatale. Fizzinoglia has stated, “They have been a big part of films since the very beginning, and especially in film noir and neo-noir. Here’s also a chance to see how women are treated image-wise in the 1930’s, 40’s, 80’s and 90’s.” So if you’re tired of seeing mediocre films during these long cold winter months, take a chance on films that celebrate cinematic brilliance and have had the success to influence the films of today and the films of tomorrow.

This semester’s films will be previewed and followed by memebers of The Campus Slate in both the print issues and on the website www.campusslate.com through various promotions. Each film has something new and magical it can bring to each individiual who partakes in watching them. The films will be shown at the stated time, every week in the de Seversky Conference Center on Wednesday nights or during Tuesday free hour throughout the semester.

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