Dinosaurs and documentaries shown in EUP film series

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Daniel Thomas talks about the Edinboro Film Series.
'Jurassic Park' slated on Dec. 4

By Joshua Lucas/BoroOnline.com

The Edinboro Film Series is an organization on campus that shows a collection of classics, documentaries and indie movies at the Pogue Student Center's cinema room. The vice president of the film series, Daniel Thomas, sat down recently to talk about his organization's plans for next semester and their last presentation of the fall.

The film series is always a fun time, Thomas explained. They always do poster raffles and sometimes have very interactive events after a screening. Just this year they held a live Skype Q and A with a filmmaker after watching her film, "Rich Hill." Such an opportunity is a real treat, and something the organization's board looks to continue.

Anyone can attend the films that the series puts on. Entry is free for all EUP students and $5 for all non-students. It's a great way for movie buffs to see some films they might not normally have access to, as well as a good environment to rewatch a much loved classic. Dec. 4 is the Edinboro Film Series' last film of the semester. They are going out with bang, or rather a roar with the original "Jurassic Park."

The board for the film series is meeting soon to vote on films for next semester. Thomas described the slate as a very eclectic collection of quality films. You can find the Edinboro Film Series on Facebook, where they keep members up to date on their plans and productions.


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