Cinematic Reflections on WWI The 100th Anniversary
Inevitable, but also easily avoidable, World War I is one of the most tragic and unique wars in history. This series will highlight films that define the triumphs, tragedies, innovations, and sacrifices in what was hailed as ‘The War to End All Wars.’ WWI will ultimately cause WWII and shape the entire 20th Century. A post-film discussion, facilitated by Gary Zaro, Humanities Professor from Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC), will follow. This month: The Sinking of the Lusitania: Terror at Sea. (90 min.). Register: 480-488-2286.