Mad Cow Theatre and Valencia College will present a Downtown Cinema Nights series this fall to welcome Valencia’s students to the college’s new downtown campus and to bring them together with downtown residents at Mad Cow Theatre, downtown Orlando’s resident professional theatre.
The four films will be presented free of charge at Mad Cow, 54 W. Church St., second floor. Each film will start at 7 p.m. and will be followed by a talkback led by Valencia faculty members.
“Mad Cow Theatre is delighted to host Valencia College’s Downtown Cinema Nights,” said Mitzi Maxwell, Mad Cow’s executive director. “It’s a great way to bring people together, students and residents, and to promote cultural and artistic dialogue in the heart of downtown Orlando.”
“The partnership between Mad Cow and Valencia’s arts and humanities department arose as a way to expose students to the arts and to become actively involved in theatre,” said Ana Jhanilca Caldero, dean of the arts and humanities department on Valencia’s west campus.
“We choose films that will expose students to situations and human landscapes which are rarely explored in mainstream filmography,” she said.
The films to be presented are:
Reservations are recommended and available through the Mad Cow website. More information can be found online as well at www.madcowtheatre.com
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