18 and up

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday September 28, 2011

This month's selection: Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell

On

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday September 27, 2011

Film Showing & Discussion

Cinemaphiles at PPL Presents...

Exorcist – Extended Director’s Cut Edition (2000, 132 mins., R,  Director: William Friedkin) 

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday September 27, 2011

Film Showing & Discussion...

Cinemaphiles at PPL Presents

Memento (2001, 113 mins., R,  Director: Christopher Nolan) 

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 21, 2011

Little Women 1994, Directed by Gillian Armstrong and starring Winona Ryder, Kirsten Dunst, Claire Danes and Christian Bale.

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Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 21, 2011

Little Women 1949, directed by Mervyn LeRoy with an all-star cast:  June Allyson, Peter Lawford, Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret O'Brien, Janet Leigh, Mary Astor and Rossano Brazzi.

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 21, 2011

Little Women 1933, directed by George Cukor and starring Katherine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Frances Lee, and Paul Lukas.

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Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 21, 2011

The first film biography of an American icon:

Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women (2008)

Louisa Alcott’s life was no children’s book: she worked as a servant, a seamstress, and a Civil War nurse before

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 21, 2011

Join us at the Book Launch!  

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 14, 2011

Louisa May Alcott is best known for writing Little Women (1868-1869), a thinly disguised memoir of her own family.  But her less known books, especially Little Men (1871) and Work (1873), were probably the

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 14, 2011

Louisa May Alcott is best known for writing Little Women (1868-1869), a thinly disguised memoir of her own family.  But her less known books, especially Little Men (1871) and Work (1873), were probably the