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LSC Events for Monday, February 15, through Sunday, February 21

Thursday, February 18

Readings in Science Fiction: Contributors to Future Boston

In the first of this term's Readings in Science Fiction lectures, local SF authors Alex Jablokov, Steven Popkas, David Alexander Smith, and Sarah Smith will read selections from their works. Also sponsored by the Media in Transition project and the Department of Writing and Humanistic Studies.
7:00 in 10-250 on 02/18

Friday, February 19

Treasure Island (1950)

Young Jim Hawkins discovers an old pirate map and goes in search of the buried treasure of the buccaneer Captain Flint. On his sailing voyage to the Caribbean island, he runs into a number of Flint's old pirate crew, including the infamous Long John Silver. Based on Robert Louis Stevenson's novel.
96 min, not rated
7:30 in 10-250 on 02/19

Friday, February 19, and Sunday, February 21

American History X (1998)

Derek Vinyard (Edward Norton) led a group of teenage neo-Nazis in Los Angeles before being arrested for the murder of a black man. Out of prison, he tells his story to his brother Danny (Edward Furlong) to help him complete a paper assigned by school principal Bob Sweeny (Avery Brooks), who wants to save him from his brother's fate.
117 min, rated R, with DTS digital sound
7 & 10 in 26-100 on 02/19
7:00 in 26-100 on 02/21

Saturday, February 20, and Sunday, February 21

What Dreams May Come (1998)

After doctor Chris Nielsen (Robin Williams) dies, he explores the unimaginable beauty of Heaven with the help of an angel, Albert (Cuba Gooding, Jr.) and is eventually reunited with his dog and his children. Only one thing is missing: his wife, Annie (Annabella Sciorra), who committed suicide and has been banished to Hell.
113 min, rated PG-13, with DTS digital sound
7 & 10 in 26-100 on 02/20
10:00 in 26-100 on 02/21

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