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History on Films: BLACK ROBE (1991)

History on Film presents...

BLACK ROBE

A seventeenth-century Jesuit missionary and an Algonquin tribe endure a perilous journey to the country of the Huron.  Adapted from the Brian Moore novel, starring Lothaire Bluteau, August Schellenberg, Aden Young, and Sandrine Holt

Date: October 26, 2009

Time: 5-8 PM

Location: Leigha Lee Browne Theatre

FREE ADMISSION AND POPCORN!

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More on HISTORY ON FILM

Nothing brings history to life like seeing it on the big screen. Come see for yourself!

The Department of Humanities is inviting you to come out for FREE SCREENINGS of six critically acclaimed historical films, each representing a different period and theme in Canadian and American history:

Black Robe

Last of the Mohicans

Glory

Passchendaele

The Atomic Cafe

Apocalypse Now


Each evening will feature a short talk by a guest speaker who will set the film in its proper historical context, then invite students to participate in free-ranging open discussion afterward.

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