The ROD SERLING MEMORIAL FOUNDATION is hosting a two-day event that you don’t want to miss. You may have attended our THE TWILIGHT ZONE COMES HOME* event last year… this year’s Festival will bigger and better!
SERLING FEST 2018 will be two-days of celebrating Rod Serling and his work – including 50th Anniversary screenings of “Planet of the Apes” (1968) and “Twilight Zone – The Movie.” If you’ve never seen these films “on the big screen” – here’s your chance to view them the way they were shown 50 years ago in theaters nationwide!
Please check out the Special Edition of our NEWSLETTER for more information: http://www.rodserling.com/SerlingFest2018/newsletter.specedition.fest2018.pdf
Thanks – and I look forward to seeing you in Rod Serling’s hometown in July!
[from: GORDON C. WEB Newsletter Editor, email 6/4/2018]
And the Serling Award goes to… David E. Kelley and Bill D'Elia '69! It was great to have William Shatner present the award to our recipients last night. Thanks for capturing this event @jakewestphoto. #serlingaward @billdelia @WilliamShatner @DeanGayeski pic.twitter.com/jQHWPryylH
— Ithaca College (@IthacaCollege) December 8, 2017
Park Center for Independent Media presents
All Governments Lie
Thursday, December 7 at 7 pm
featuring Q & A with the film’s producer, Jeff Cohen
How many movies seen across the globe had key scenes filmed in Ithaca? The new documentary “All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception and the Spirit of I.F. Stone” is co-produced by Jeff Cohen of Ithaca College’s Park Center for Independent Media. Jeff will participate in a Q&A after the screening.
The movie – which has been seen in film festivals and on public TV channels across the globe (but is too controversial for PBS) – celebrates independent journalists who’ve exposed U.S. government deception. Stars include Amy Goodman & Nermeen Shaikh (Democracy Now!), Glenn Greenwald & Jeremy Scahill (The Intercept), Cenk Uygur & Ana Kasparian (The Young Turks), Carl Bernstein (Watergate), Michael Moore, John Carlos Frey and the legendary I.F. (“Izzy”) Stone. The Izzy Award for independent media, presented annually at Ithaca College, is named in