Lost Boundaries (1949) is an American film starring Mel Ferrer and Susan Douglas Rubes. The film is based on a book by William Lindsay White. It relates the true story of Dr. Albert Chandler Johnston, a graduate of Rush Medical College whose family passed for white while living in New Hampshire. The movie won the 1949 Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Screenplay. Unrated; 99min.
Discussion with Carleton Carpenter and Mary Krauze and refreshments to follow film; all are welcome.
Starring Kenneth Branagh, Everlyn Sampi and Tianna Sansbury. In 1931, three aboriginal girls escape after being plucked from their homes to be trained as domestic staff and set off on a trek across the Australian Outback. Rated PG; 94 min.
The Amaranthus Ensemble will present a beautiful visual and musical interpretation of two favorite children's stories: I am a Bunny by Richard Scarry and Walter the Wolf by Marjorie Sharmat. This is a family program.
* This project made possible with funds from Orange County Tourism, Orange County and the Albert Wisner Public Library Foundation.
Learn basic Italian vocabulary, phrases and grammar. Italian culture and customs will also be discussed. This is an eleven-week course; attendance at all sessions is encouraged. Book required for the course is available at the Library's Help Desk.