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Love and the Screwball Comedy Film Talk Series
Isn't Love Hilarious?

Watch the films on your own at home and then join Fred Fuchs and Jeffrey Bender to explore Classic Screwball Comedies on Zoom.

Monday, April 12 at 7:00 pm
Trouble in Paradise (1932)

Where to watch Trouble in Paradise (1932):

Monday, April 19 at 7:00 pm
Twentieth Century (1934)

Where to watch Twentieth Century (1934): https://www.justwatch.com/ca/search?q=twentieth%20cent

Monday, April 26 at 7:00 pm
The Awful Truth (1937)

Where to watch The Awful Truth (1937): https://www.justwatch.com/ca/movie/the-awful-truth

Monday, May 3 at 7:00 pm
The Lady Eve (1941)

Where to watch The Lady Eve (1941): https://www.justwatch.com/ca/movie/the-lady-eve

Monday, May 10 at 7:00 pm
What’s Up, Doc? (1972)

Where to watch Wat's Up, Doc (1972)? https://www.justwatch.com/ca/movie/whats-up-doc
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Fred Fuchs
Fred is an independent film & television producer focusing on the development, financing, and production of films and television series for international audiences. He spent 20 years living and working in California, 10 years as the President of American Zoetrope Studios and was Executive Producer of 17 feature films including The Godfather Part III, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Secret Garden, Don Juan De Marco, The Virgin Suicides and John Grisham’s The Rainmaker. He was the Executive Director of Arts and Entertainment at the CBC in Toronto where he was responsible for developing, commissioning and supervising production of major television series. Current feature projects include: LITTLE ITALY, MONKEY BEACH, THE VIRTUOSO, and MILTON’S SECRET.
Jeffrey Bender
Jeff Bender's fascination with cinema began during his pre-teen years with TVO's Saturday Night at the Movies hosted by Elwy Yost. On Saturday nights when kids were hitting the town, Jeff was spending his evenings with Bogart & Bacall, Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda and the Marx Bros. Over the years, Jeff has attended film festivals and events from Rochester, NY to Rome, Italy and helped curate film programs at Kingston, Ontario's The Screening Room as well as moderating talks with authors and artists. For over a decade, his work finds him teaching courses around the world on the topic of communication sciences, however, the dialogue that is closest to his heart is about the movies. A newcomer to Hamilton these past 5 years, Jeff is enthused to meet fellow lovers of cinema in Steeltown through the Westdale Film Talk Series.