PRINCETON CLUB DIVERSITY MOVIE NIGHT - MAY 10, 2019
Open to Princeton alumni of all backgrounds, Princeton Club Diversity serves as an in-person transracial discussion forum for race-related issues. This month, the conversation turns to observation with MOVIE NIGHT!
Up for viewing are all the 2019 Oscar nominated films, plus a few others (see below). Come for the films, the people and the pizza!
- Those who come will vote on the movies screened - Majority Rules: Three movies can be screened at one time
- Double Feature possible after first showing (It's Friday!)
- Bring: Wine or beverage of your choice - In the spirit of “diversity” you are invited to bring your favorite pizza so we can have some variety and different tastes (this is not required) as we will order pizza and salads as well
* Bohemian Rhapsody
* Black Panther
* A Star is Born
* The Favorite
* Green Book
* Free Solo - Oscar Winner Best Documentary Feature
* The Wife - Glenn Close nominated for Best Lead Actress
* If Beal Street Could Talk - Regina King nominated for Best Supporting Actress
* Beautiful Boy - Golden Globe nomination best film
* Eighth Grade - Golden Globes nominee: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy Elsie Fisher
* Sorry To Bother You - Winner: Spirit Awards Best First Feature
* Hereditary - Spirit Awards: Nominee best First Feature
* The Hate you Give
Many thanks to the Chicago chapters of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni (ABPA), Association of Latino Princeton Alumni (ALPA), and Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P) for their support.