The Films of MICHAEL POWELL and EMERIC PRESSBURGER
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), 163 mins.
Considered by many to be the finest British film ever made, Powell and Pressburger’s Colonel Blimp is a stirring cinematic masterpiece like no other. An emotional and slyly satirical film about war, love, aging, and obsolescence, shot in glorious Technicolor. Read more
From oral histories collected by CSUN professors José Luis Benavides and Kent Kirkton of the Institute for Arts & Media. Adapted and directed by Peter Grego. This devised piece explodes with the words and testimony of actual hero/survivors of the conditions in present-day Mexico. Read more