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ACLU-MD/The Charles Theatre Offer "Censored Film Series"

SOURCE: ACLU-Maryland
On four Saturdays at noon, viewers can see what inspired censors to act.
The Charles Theater and the Maryland chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) are taking a retrospective look at the subtle and not-so-subtle intrusions on free expression in the making of films in the U.S. The series, called "Film and Free Expression," begins on Saturday, May 12.

Screen are at noon. Other dates for films in the series are May 19 and 26, and June 2. The Charles Theatre is at 1711 N. Charles St.

The four films, with rational for inclusion in the series, are:


Visit the Charles Theatre website for more information.


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This story was published on May 8, 2007.