A Halloween Evening with Horror Film Maker Larry Fessenden
Larry Fessenden's film "Depraved," is a modern take on Mary Shelly's Frankenstein.
Depraved is a provocative and modern take on the Frankenstein story. It received outstanding reviews, was shown at numerous film festivals, and the New York Times called Depraved Fessenden's "most coherent and visually polished work to date."
Mr. Fessenden will say a few words before the film, and then after the screening, there will be a brief panel discussion with Mr. Fessenden, Professor William Nelson, Director of the Ethics and Human Values Program at the Dartmouth Institute, and Professor Jennie Chamberlain of the Film and Media Studies Department at Dartmouth College. Steve Schlozman, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Medical Education will moderate. Most importantly, Mr. Fessenden and panelists will be delighted to take your questions. Come help us celebrate Halloween with a truly legendary horror filmmaker and director.
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