Pacific Coast news: Car movies at Stanford
- The following isn't necessarily Crosley-related, but with Crosley news usually a bit slow in April here's something for our Pacific Coast CCOC members:
Car-related movies are being screened by Stanford U's REVS program, and the next one is this Thursday. Movies are free and open to all. (Sorry, no popcorn or drinks.)
Parking semi-near the auditorium can usually be had on the Oval at the end of Palm Drive, or in the lots near Dinklespiel Auditorium and Tressider Hall. (Parking on the Oval is recommended.)
April 12: "Traffic" (Jacques Tati, 1971)
May 3: "Used Cars" (Robert Zemeckis, 1980)
June 7: "Crash" (David Cronenberg, 1996)
All screenings are at 7:30 pm at Cubberley Auditorium in Palo Alto and are sponsored by the Revs Program at Stanford U, which was founded (CCOCers can identify with this) to inspire a new trans-disciplinary field connecting the past, present, and future
of the automobile and fosters an intellectual community bridging
the humanities and fine arts, social sciences, design, science, engineering and professions.
For more information on the Revs, visit
http://revs.stanford.edu <http://revs.stanford.edu/> .