Four Films Revealing Reality: How Documentaries Convince Us

Unfortunately, This Class Has Been Canceled Until Further Notice

Instructor: Ernie Rose
Thursdays | April 16 – May 7 | 3:00 – 5:00 PM | East Recreation Center
4-week session, Class ID: 8030, Cost: $81

Watch and discuss Tank Man, unsolved mystery of a man confronting tank columns in Tiananmen Square: Stories We Tell, a Canadian masterpiece about families; Active Measures, Vladimir Putin’s 30-year political warfare; and, Hesburgh, little known theologian, Notre Dame President, U.S. presidential advisor.

Oakmont resident Ernie Rose has worked on over 200 films and taught filmmaking at ten universities in the U.S. and abroad.

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