Woody Allen is a true American icon whose large body of work and cerebral style have made him one of the most widely respected and prolific filmmakers of our time.
With a hyper-productive career spanning over 40 years, this director/writer/actor/comedian/musician is one of the most important figures in modern American cinema. His films continually tackle important questions, alternating between humor and drama, while always managing to entertain. Covering a wide variety of genres, from documentary (Zelig), to laugh-a-minute comedies (Sleeper, Love and Death), Woody Allen has always given his audience a film well worth their time and money.
Please join us for this presentation and discussion on Woody Allen, his life, films, and women at the library. This annual event in Burlington County is presented by former Drexel University professor Ramesh Kajaria. This event is free but seating is limited.
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