Reel Life: Parent/Teen Relationships Through Six Decades of Film
How well do movies portray the sometimes complicated relationships between parents and teenagers?
Join Kevin Mettinger, MFA, for an opportunity to watch and discuss this topic at the Fauquier County Public Library’s summer film festival, Reel Life: Parent/Teen Relationships Through Six Decades of Film, beginning Friday, June 19. Showtime is 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) at the Warrenton central library.
Bring your own chair (BYOC); we will have the popcorn hot and ready for you to enjoy!
Titles, Dates and Times
(Note the July 24 and July 31 movies have been cancelled)
Friday, June 19
Rebel Without a Cause © Warner Brothers
Friday, June 26
Parent Trap © Walt Disney Pictures
Friday, July 10
Freaky Friday © Walt Disney Pictures
Friday, July 17
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off © Paramount Pictures
Friday, July 24 – Cancelled
10 Things I Hate About You © Walt Disney Pictures
Friday, July 31 – Cancelled
Juno © Fox Searchlight
A life-long resident of Fauquier County, Kevin brings over 20 years experience in film and speech communication to the discussions. He holds his MFA in Theatre from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and has served as an adjunct professor at both Lord Fairfax Community College and VCU prior to his 11 years as the director of theater and film analysis instructor at Fauquier High School. Kevin’s favorite film is “Bringing Up Baby” (1939) starring Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn.
This program, like many library events, is sponsored by Friends of the Fauquier Library.
Hope to see you at the movies.
–Dawn, Warrenton central library