Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane” film & Chautauqua discussion
Chautauqua History Alive presents a free screening and discussion of what is often cited as the greatest film ever made: “Citizen Kane.” For his film directorial debut, a 25 year old baby-faced radio boy wonder is given an unheard of Hollywood contact to develop his own story, use his own cast and crew, and have “final cut.” — Oh wait, that’s the background – not the story trailer! Come watch the magic of great film with an audience that loves talking back to history. Is “Citizen Kane” Orson Welles? Is it William Randolph Hearst? Is it Art? Does it matter? Saturday April 18 at 2pm Greenville Technical College Bldg 104 Theater, Greenville.