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UW Cinematheque: Frederick Wiseman - Documentary Pioneer

High School | USA | 1968 | 35mm | 75 min. Director: Frederick Wiseman

Event Details

Date
Friday, October 6, 2017
Time
7 p.m.
Location
4070 Vilas Hall
Description
Wiseman’s second film, released just one year after Titicut Follies, observes a suburban Philadelphia high school, where students, teachers, administrators, and parents debate the policies and principles that structure daily life at the school. As the students learn to follow strictly regimented schedules, daily bulletins, and even formalwear guidelines, this environment instills much more than English, biology, and sex-education lessons.
Cost
Free

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