The DALC Film Education Class Webpage

Under Auspices of Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County

NEXT FILM: Wednesday, May 1, 2013: Un Coeur En Hiver (A Heart In Winter) French, 1993

Daniel Auteuil (Manon of the Spring) stars as Stephane, the curiously diffident co-owner of an exclusive violin brokerage and repair shop. A brilliant technician, Stephane can make any instrument live up to its promise, yet he himself is emotionally remote and disconnected from passionate experience. His partner, Maxime (André Dussollier), lacks Stephane's gifts but is rich in personality and desire. When Maxime's new lover, a violinist named Camille (Emmanuelle Béart), is drawn to Stephane's still waters, he is briefly moved, thus destroying the fragile, symbiotic relationship between all three individuals.

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The Dover Film Education Class is an educational enrichment class and is a free service provided under the auspices of the Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County(see Mission Statement below). Diversity is the key to our viewing venue and learning experience. There are no obligations or fees. Just join us when you can and help us pick out films for viewing and stay for discussions afterwards only if you wish.

Joe Hill, Instructor

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DALC MISSION STATEMENT:Our Mission: Dover Adult Learning Center helps adults in the Strafford County area enhance their life-coping skills and improve their lives through basic education, job training, high school completion, and enrichment classes. We help our students become more effective lifelong learners, family members, workers, and citizens.

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While movie posters are still very much a part of our culture, lobby cards have long gone away. These cards were placed in the lobbies of theatres either advertising the current in-house flick or as part of a coming attraction.

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Theatre operators routinely threw them away when the film was done. Obviously, no such thoughts of Ebay entered anyone's mind in those days.

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Lobby cards command big prices from collectors - especially if you would be lucky enough to own the entire set of 4-5 photo cards.

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We hereby salute all those film fans who bugged theatre operators to give them lobby cards when the films had moved on!

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