Paul Loosley’s George & Oscar on Film (2nd edition)October 8, 2011
October 7, 2011 during 2:00 pm
Join Paul Loosley, Director of Axis Films and an accessory highbrow during Limkokwing University as he
examines dual good works by dual really opposite Irish playwrights, George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde. Both were Dublin-born, a small some-more than a year apart, and while both had most to contend about society, were used their conspicuous essay skills to contend utterly dramatically opposite things in utterly contrastingly opposite ways.
The second book will see a screening of 4 opposite movies, dual cinema any by George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde. This array of film screenings will take place during 3.00 pm, on 2nd , 9th, 16th and 23rd Oct 2011 during Indicine, klpac. Admission is giveaway and so is a seating arrangement.
The cinema that will be screened are as follows:
2nd Oct during 3.00 pm George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara
The play presents a shining doubt to a open about ethics – if an arms manufacturer can give a good life to a employees and emanate many pursuit opportunities to people, is it implicitly wrong for them to be creation and offered weapons that causes drop and mayhem? This is a doubt that Barbara, a daughter of Andrew Undershaft, is facing. Barbara is a Major in a Salvation Army and a daughter of an arms dealer. When she finds that her father is one of a Salvation Army’s biggest financial benefactors, her problem in traffic with her father’s ethics are done worse.
9th Oct during 3.00 pm Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan
This comedy revolves around Lady Windermere, who discovers that her father might be carrying an event with another woman. When she confronts her father about this matter, not usually does he not solve it, instead he invites a other woman, Mrs Erlynne, to her birthday ball. Angered by her husband’s move, Lady Windermere leaves her father for another lover. After finding what had happened, Mrs Erlynne follows Lady Windermere and attempts to convince her to lapse to her husband.
16th Oct during 3.00 pm George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan
This play is about a life and hearing of Joan of Arc. It was published not prolonged after a canonization of Joan of Arc by a Roman Catholic Church. The play dramatises what is famous of her life formed on annals of her trial.
23rd Oct during 3.00 pm Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest
This play is reputedly filled with happy formula difference and references and sadly was Wilde’s final play. It is a joke on how, in Wilde’s world, marriage, responsibility, resources and legacy matters some-more than honesty, love, love and honour. And a fact that everybody is sanctimonious to be someone they are not.