Del Mar College Curricular Enrichment Film Series

DMC Curricular Enrichment Film Series

Spring 2019 Schedule

WEDNESDAYS @ 3:00 PM,
WHITE LIBRARY, RM 530

February 6

  • Dunkirk (2017 - PG-13 - 106 min.)
    • Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire, and France are surrounded and evacuated by the German Army during a battle in WW II.
    • History in Film selection

February 13

  • All the King's Men (1949 - NR - 100 min.)
    • The rise and fall of a corrupt politician

February 20

  • Ox-Bow Incident (1943 - NR - 75 min.)
    • A posse becomes divided about lynching three men suspected of killing a farmer
    • History/MAS Film Series selection

February 27

  • Chappaquiddick (2018 - PG-13 - 106 min.)
    • Ted Kennedy's involvement in the fatal 1969 car accident that claimed the life of a young campaign strategist

March 6

  • Get Out (2017 - R - 104 min.)
    • A young African-American visits his white girlfriend's parents for the weekend
March 13
  • No Film (Spring Break)

March 20

  • Nixon (1995 - R - 213 min.)
    • A biographical story of U.S. President Richard Milhous Nixon

March 27

  • Invictus (2009 - PG-13 - 135 min.)
    • Nelson Mandela initiates a venture to unite the land by enlisting the rugby team to win the 1995 World Cup.
    • History in Film selection

April 3

  • Little Ashes (2008 - R - 112 min.)
    • The young life and loves of artist Salvador Dali, filmmaker, Luis Bunuel and writer Federico Garcia Lorca

April 10

  • The Post (2017 - PG-13 - 116 min.)
    • A cover-up pushes the first female newspaper publisher to join a battle between the press and government
    • History in Film selection

April 17

  • Chef (2014 - R - 114 min.)
    • A head chef quits his restaurant job and buys a food truck 
    • MAS Film Series selection

April 24

  • The Contender (2000 - R - 126 min.)
    • Senator Laine Hanson is a contender for U.S. Vice President but information about her past resurfaces
May 1
  • Truth (2015 - R - 125 min.)
    • Drama detailing President George W. Bush's military service and the firestorm that cost anchor Dan Rather and producer Mary Mapes their careers.

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