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Great Falls Forum with filmmaker Todd Nilssen

Apr 27, 2017— 12:00 pm

 

On Thurs., April 27th at 12 noon in LPL’s Callahan Hall, we will be featuring filmmaker Todd Nilssen with a talk entitled Elan, What the Hell Happened?  His presentation will be about the creation of his forthcoming documentary, The Last Stop, which looks at the controversial Elan School in Poland, Maine.

The Last Stop is expected to be shown during this year’s Emerge Film Festival in L/A which takes place on April 27-30. More details on Nilssen’s Great Falls Forum talk will be available soon.  In the meantime, check out last year’s Sun Journal story on the project or view the film trailer from YouTube:

The Great Falls Forum is a monthly, brown-bag speaker series featuring statewide and regional leaders in public policy, business, academia and the arts. The programs are free, open to all and no reservations are required. Coffee, tea and bottled water are provided for a donation at the event. The Forum is a co-sponsorship of the Sun Journal, Bates College and LPL.

For more information, contact LPL Adult & Teen Services at (207) 513-3135 or LPLReference@Gmail.com.

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Written on: Mar 10, 2017

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