School is back in swing, and in addition to homework and hacky sack in the quad, get stoked for the return of the UT Fridays on Film series and their presentations of films that will make you a better person. First up on the new year is Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). Famous for its opening tracking shot (so don’t be late), its score and being first in making artificial intelligence terrifying, this beautifully shot and plodding space film deals with the themes of age, evolution and the idea of where we are headed as a species. Free cookies and snacks offered. 7:30pm. $10/general admission. $5/students, seniors, faculty, staff, alumni and military. Friday, September 8.
Center For Performing Arts Room 1039
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