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Sloan De Forest in Conversation with Beth Accomando

Event date: 
Friday, May 18, 2018 - 7:30pm

Sloan De Forest


Sloan de Forest has a deep passion for classic films, having seen films going as far back as 1893.  She has written about films for Sony, Time Warner Cable, the Mary Pickford Foundation, and more, and was a former contributor to the Leaky Cauldron.  She currently resides in Hollywood, CA. Sloan will be in conversation about her selection of the 50 Must See Sci-Fi films with the extremely qualified Beth Accomando. Beth covers arts and culture around San Diego for KPBS.  Beth studied film at UCSD and had her student film Writer’s Notebook screened as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art’s "Forty-Two Emerging Artists" showcase in 1981. She has edited the sequels to "The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" and video documentaries on Billy Wilder and roller hockey.

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Must-See Sci-fi: 50 Movies That Are Out of This World (Turner Classic Movies) By Sloan De Forest, Roger Corman (Foreword by), Turner Classic Movies Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780762491520
Published: Running Press Adult - May 1st, 2018

Spanning nine decades and branded by the most trusted authority on film, Turner Classic Movies: Must-See Sci-Fi showcases 50 of the most shocking, weird, wonderful, and mind-bending movies ever made. 
From A Trip to the Moon (1902) to Arrival (2016), science fiction cinema has produced a body of classics with a broader range of styles, stories, and subject matter than perhaps any other film genre. They are movies that embed themselves in the depths of the mind, coloring our view of day-to-day reality and probably fueling a few dreams (and nightmares) along the way. 
In Turner Classic Movies: Must-See Sci-Fi, fifty unforgettable films are profiled, including beloved favorites like The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) and Fantastic Voyage (1966), groundbreaking shockers like Planet of the Apes (1968) and Alien (1979), and lesser-known landmarks like Things to Come (1936) and Solaris (1972). Illustrated by astounding color and black-and-white images, the book presents the best of this mind-bending genre, detailing through insightful commentary and behind-the-scenes stories why each film remains essential viewing. A perfect gift for any film buff or sci-fi fanatic!