Stand Up and Cheer! (Hamilton MacFadden, Fox Film, 1934)

Black Fury (Michael Curtiz, First National/Warner Bros., 1935)

Make Way for Tomorrow (Leo McCarey, Paramount, 1937)

Fury (Fritz Lang, Loew’s/MGM, 1936)

Black Fury (Michael Curtiz, First National/Warner Bros., 1935)

Gabriel Over the White House (Gregory La Cava, MGM, 1933)

It Happened One Night (Frank Capra, Columbia, 1934)

Modern Times (Charles Chaplin, Charles Chaplin Productions/United Artists, 1936)

42nd Street (Lloyd Bacon, Warner Bros., 1933)

My Man Godfrey (Gregory La Cava, Universal, 1936)

Little Caesar (Mervyn LeRoy, First National/Warner Bros., 1931)

Trouble in Paradise (Ernst Lubitsch, Paramount, 1932)

American Madness (Frank Capra, Columbia, 1932)

I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (Mervyn LeRoy, Warner Bros., 1932)

The Grapes of Wrath (John Ford, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1940)

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The award-winning and best-selling author chats about the creative process and the relationship between playwriting, acting, and writing fiction. With the recent
premiere of her play, Hamlet 911, the national tour of the adaptation of Fall On Your Knees, and the publication of her new novel, FAYNE, Ann-Marie is ready to dive into themes that drive and haunt her work. From gender and identity, to science, magic, sex and spirituality, Ann-Marie spins, topples and tilts the dominant cultural gaze, and asks us to re-imagine our lives, our species, and our planet. Join us for a lively, provocative and, yes, highly hopeful conversation.   
The event will be moderated by Professor Erin Hurley, Chair of McGill's English Department, whose teaching areas are Quebecois theatre and cultural performance; national performatives; theatre historiography; performance studies; dramatic theory; 20th century theatre; feminist and LGBTQ theatre. Professor Hurley is currently researching English language drama, theatre and performance in Quebec from 1945 to 2010 using a mix of archival and research-creation methods. She continues to follow contemporary performance by women artists in Quebec.
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