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This film series offers little known war stories filled with daring, intrigue, and sometimes such improbability they have to be seen to be believed. At the heart of each one are the men and women who made World War II modern history’s seminal event, one that still effects our lives and world today. Everyone is invited to participate in the discussion following each film.
Gary Zaro is a Professor of Humanities at Paradise Valley Community College, and is the Director of the International Film Festival @ PVCC. He has conducted film presentations at Desert Foothills Library, Phoenix Art Museum, Mesquite Library, Scottsdale Jewish Community Center, and Foothills Community Foundation. Gary is also an actor and stage director with over 200 plays and television commercials to his credit.
RSVP online at dfla.org | Questions, please call 480-488-2286.
Cost: FREE
Desert Foothills Library Cinematic Reflections Series,
2021-22
Little Known Stories of World War II
Friday, September 17
Hell to Eternity (1960)
Friday, October 15
The Ghost Army (2013)
Friday, November 19
So Proudly We Hail (1943)
Friday, December 17
13 Minutes (2015)
Friday, January 21
To End All Wars (2001)
Friday, February 18
My Italian Secret (2014)
Friday, March 18
Triple Cross (1966)
Friday, April 15
The Apology (2016)
Friday, May 20
A Woman in Berlin (2008)
All films begin at 3:00 PM and are available for check-out after the program.

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