October 4, 2007

Movies

As part of their Big Read: NH Reads Fahrenheit 451 programming, many libraries around the state are showing film versions of this classic novel. View a video clip from this film here.

10/4 (2pm) Tracy Memorial Library

10/4 (7pm) Portsmouth Public Library as part of Cinema Science Fiction.

10/9 (7pm) Howe Library
This is part of the Dystopian Worlds: The Future Viewed from the Past film series.

10/11 (7pm) Nesmith Library

10/13 (1:30pm) Derry Public Library

10/15 (7pm) Mill Pond Center for the Arts in Durham, in partnership with the Durham Public Library.

10/16 (6pm) Manchester City Library

10/18 (7pm) Mill Pond Center for the Arts in Durham, in partnership with the Durham Public Library.

10/20 (1pm) Silsby Free Public Library in Charlestown
This film is being presented by the CHAOS (Culture, History, and Other Stuff) Book group and will be followed by a community discussion on "What Book Would You Save?" Call 603-826-7793 for more information.

10/24 (1pm) Rye Public Library

10/25 (7pm) The Colonial Theater in Keene in partnership with the Keene Public Library

10/30 (6pm) Kelley Library

11/7 (6pm) Frost Free Library

QUESTION: How do you think the film version compares to the novel?
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