Seminar: Carrie

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Tribune News Service film critic Katie Walsh leads this virtual seminar on Brian De Palma's Oscar-nominated Stephen King adaptation.

Register Here

How will this work?

When you register for this virtual education seminar, the program will be presented in three parts.

At least one week before the seminar, you'll receive an email with a link to watch a pre-taped lecture, to view before the film at your convenience. Please make sure to check your spam folder for this link before emailing our support team.

Then, you can go off and watch the film on your own. Please note, the Coolidge is not able to provide the film ourselves, but you can find out where to rent and/or stream it here.

Make sure you watch the film before the discussion, which will take place on Thursday, October 29 at 8pm EST over Zoom. Before the discussion, you can submit questions for the instructor here. You'll also have the opportunity to submit questions during the discussion!

Have any technical questions? Visit our FAQ page here.

About the Speaker

Katie Walsh is a Los Angeles-based film critic, journalist, podcast host, and moderator. She reviews weekly film releases for the Tribune News Service, and the Los Angeles Times, and is a frequent guest host of the Maximum Fun podcast Switchblade Sisters. Her writing has been published in Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Playboy, MEL Magazine, The Playlist, Nerdist, Slate, indieWIRE, Women and Hollywood, and more.

Katie is a member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, and has been a frequent film festival juror, as well as member of the nominating committee for IFP’s Gotham Awards and the Women In Film Finishing Fund.

Katie earned her B.A. in Film Studies from Wesleyan University, and her M.A. in Critical Studies from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where she worked as an associate programmer of screenings and special events. She also worked in the publicity department at Lionsgate Films, and produced the short film “The Better Half,” which premiered in competition at the 2009 SXSW Film Festival.

Films

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Find where to rent or stream Carrie here.