Final Diversity Film, 'South Pacific,' shown in Gibble April 16
Classic love story explores bigotry
The Diversity Film Festival, hosted by the Elizabethtown College Academic Advising Office, wraps up Monday, April 16, with the showing of "South Pacific."
The classic film festival – free, open to the public and closed captioned -- featured movies that were among the first to deal with issues of race, gender, immigration and socio-economic stratification.
The 1958 musical romance "South Pacific," starring Mitzi Gaynor, will be shown at 7 p.m. Monday, April 16, in Gibble Auditorium in the Masters Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering. The film explores bigotry and love during wartime. Diane Elliott, assistant professor of Social Work at Elizabethtown College and director of Diversity, and Sarah Daughtrey, assistant professor of Music will discuss the film.
Contact: Jean-Paul Benowitz, assistant director of Academic Advising, at 717-361-1110 or firstname.lastname@example.org