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July 6 — Through the Lens "Batman"

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You're invited to a free screening of "Batman" and a post-film discussion about the impact of the film with faculty from the University of Utah Film and Media Arts Department, moderated by "RadioWest" host Doug Fabrizio.

Thursday, July 6, 7 p.m.
Free event | RSVP required
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

About the film: Presented as part of our Through the Lens series, which for 2022 features a collaboration with the University of Utah’s Department of Film and Media Arts to present an extended exploration of what many Film Lovers regard as the “Classic Films” in cinematic history

Tim Burton directs; Michael Keaton stars as Batman and Jack Nicholson stars as his arch foe, The Joker. As the Dark Knight, defender of law and order in Gotham City, Batman treads the shadow zone between right and wrong, fighting with only his skill in martial arts and his keenly honed mind to defend the innocent and to purge the memory of his parents’ brutal murder–always keeping his true identity as millionaire philanthropist Bruce Wayne a closely guarded secret. Based upon Batman characters created by Bob Kane and published by DC Comics, and featuring a soundtrack by Prince.

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