Movie Madness University: Online is a virtual education program from the Hollywood Theatre and Movie Madness, featuring lectures and discussions hosted by film experts. Your ticket grants you access to a pre-recorded lecture from the instructor and a spot at a livestreamed discussion and Q&A session with the instructor and your fellow movie fans. Your only homework is to watch the film beforehand!
EXTRA CREDIT: DEBORAH KAPLAN & HARRY ELFONT
A Q&A with the duo behind CAN'T HARDLY WAIT and JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS
Tuesday, March 2, 7:00pm
For this special "Extra Credit" offering from Movie Madness University Online, join Hollywood Theatre Community Programmer Anthony Hudson for a discussion with the writing/directing duo, covering everything from their iconic films and ensemble casts to collaborative filmmaking.
MMU Online has covered a wide range of films and topics, with instructors and special guests that run the gamut of film professions. Past instructors and guests include Hollywood programmers Dan Halsted and Anthony Hudson (Queer Horror), writer Robin Schiff (ROMY & MICHELE'S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION), author and film critic Shawn Levy, and filmmakers Peter Bogdanovich, John Sayles, and Joe Dante.
Find all past MMU events here (Hollywood and Movie Madness Members can watch recordings of past events for free!)
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Movie Madness launches online film ‘University’--KOIN 6 News
What is MMU Online?
Movie Madness University Online is the Hollywood Theatre's virtual education program, featuring lectures and interactive discussions about some of your favorite films. You can find past MMU events here (Hollywood and Movie Madness Members can watch recordings of past events for free!)
How does it work?
1) Purchase a ticket. With your purchase, you will receive access to a pre-recorded lecture to watch on your own.
2) Find and watch the film. Please note that MMU is not offering direct access to any films. All MMU featured films are available to rent on major VOD services for under $5. Contact us if you have difficulty finding a title.
3) Submit questions in advance. Email us any questions you’d like the instructor to answer! You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions during the seminar, but giving us some advance notice helps us better prepare.
4) Join us for a virtual discussion, where our instructor will discuss the film in more detail and answer your questions. You will receive a link to the discussion when you buy a ticket.
Do you offer scholarships?
We are committed to making our education offerings as accessible as possible. If cost is a barrier, please fill out this form to receive a full tuition waiver. For content considerations or information about age appropriateness, please email email@example.com.