Screening of movie "The Vindication of Ronald Clay"
Date: 2/23/2013Start Time: 7:30 PMEnd Time: 10:00 PMLocation: Dalby Hall, Argiro Student Center
The second screening of the movie The Vindication of Ronald Clay will be held February 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Dalby Hall, Argiro Student Center.
Made by MUM faculty and students, the Vindication of Ronald Clay has been traveling to film festivals abroad, but is now back in Fairfield for the second screening. If you didn't have a chance to see it the first time, come see it now. If you saw it the first time, come see it again in its new edition.
Information about the film:
Shot on location in Fairfield, with an all-Iowa cast and crew, The Vindication of Ronald Clay is a smart, stylistic adventure about the interwoven fables of five patrons to a coffee shop at the center of the universe. Set in an alternate timeline where Napoleon's descendents rule Europe, The Vindication of Ronald Clay is equal parts Flash Gordon, Dick Tracy, and The Princess Bride, with lots of spies, lies, machinations and fun. It is directed by Cullen Thomas and produced by Donald Revolinski.
David J. Murphy
and Mayor Ed Malloy.
View the trailer.
Tickets are available at the door. Cast and Crew, please RSVP with us personally.
$5 General Admission
$3 Students/IA Course (with a valid ID)