Carolina Public Humanities, the UNC General Alumni Association, and the Chelsea Theater in Chapel Hill are pleased to announce, “Cinema School” – a new series celebrating our love of cinema. We’ll be screening classic films to present-day blockbusters and everything in between. Each screening will feature a different UNC Faculty member discussing the film’s history, impact, and more!

All Cinema Schools take place at the Chelsea Theater. Discounts available online and over the phone for UNC GAA Members. Pre-registration requested.

Chelsea Members: To receive your discount, please call our offices at 919.962.1544 with your Chelsea membership number. Click here for more information about becoming a Chelsea Member. 

To register for a Cinema School event, visit our online shopping cart or call us at 919.962.1544.


Summer School at the Chelsea 2019

North by Northwest (1959)
Monday, May 13 | 10am-12:45pm
featuring Michelle Robinson, Associate Professor of American Studies

Titicut Follies (1967)
Tuesday, May 14 | 10am-12:00pm
featuring Matt Swiatlowski, Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor of American Studies

Dr. Strangelove (1964)
Wednesday, May 15 | 10am-12:30pm
featuring John Bechtold, Doctoral Candidate in American Studies

Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
Thursday, May 16 | 10am-12:30pm
featuring Maxine Vande Vaarst, Doctoral Candidate in American Studies

In Cold Blood (1967)
Friday, May 17 | 10am-12:45pm
featuring Rachel Schaevitz, Associate Director for State Outreach and Strategic Partnerships, Carolina Public Humanities