Friday Night Art House Classics: Cassavetes’ “Shadows”
The best art house cinema is characterized by independent filmmakers with uncompromising vision. This series features courageous films inspired by the civil rights movement. “Shadows” is a 1958 American independent dramatic film directed by John Cassavetes about race relations during the Beat Generation years in New York. Free popcorn will be served, and a discussion will follow the screenings. Mature audiences only.