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San Ramon Film Club welcomes new members

February movie for online discussion is 'John Doe'

The San Ramon Arts Foundation invites everyone to join its Film Club, a virtual series with everyone watching the movies on their own and then joining co-hosts Dave Owens and Patrick Gutierrez for a discussion.

This month's movie is "John Doe," starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck in Frank Capra's timeless film about media sensationalism and the dark side of populism. The online one-hour Q&A discussion will be held at 7 p.m. this Sunday (Feb. 28), and will include internationally renowned film historian Joseph McBride.

To join the San Ramon Film Club, sign up for a full-service Contra Costa County library card at ccclib.org, then watch the movie on the free streaming service, Kanopy, at ccclib.kanopy.com/product/meet-john-doe. Some movies may also be available through other streaming services.

Email questions to [email protected] or call 786-0471. Learn more or make donations at sanramonarts.org.

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San Ramon Film Club welcomes new members

February movie for online discussion is 'John Doe'

by / Danville San Ramon

Uploaded: Tue, Feb 23, 2021, 1:54 pm

The San Ramon Arts Foundation invites everyone to join its Film Club, a virtual series with everyone watching the movies on their own and then joining co-hosts Dave Owens and Patrick Gutierrez for a discussion.

This month's movie is "John Doe," starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck in Frank Capra's timeless film about media sensationalism and the dark side of populism. The online one-hour Q&A discussion will be held at 7 p.m. this Sunday (Feb. 28), and will include internationally renowned film historian Joseph McBride.

To join the San Ramon Film Club, sign up for a full-service Contra Costa County library card at ccclib.org, then watch the movie on the free streaming service, Kanopy, at ccclib.kanopy.com/product/meet-john-doe. Some movies may also be available through other streaming services.

Email questions to [email protected] or call 786-0471. Learn more or make donations at sanramonarts.org.

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