The Footcandle Film Society starts it's "Classics at the Drendel" series, highlighting the American Film Institute's top films of all time, with CITIZEN KANE (1941) on Sunday, November 18th at 2:00pm at the Drendel Auditorium at the SALT Block.
After the screening there will be an in-depth discussion of the film, notes about the film's production and an understanding of its place in film history.
About the film: Multimillionaire newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane dies alone in his extravagant mansion, Xanadu, speaking a single word: "Rosebud". In an attempt to figure out the meaning of this word, a reporter tracks down the people who worked and lived with Kane; they tell their stories in a series of flashbacks that reveal much about Kane's life but not enough to unlock the riddle of his dying breath.
Ticket information is coming soon, but mark your calendars for the first of our quarterly classic film series!