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Fall Films On Sale Now!

Following Telluride at Dartmouth, the Hop's fall film slate will continue to build on that festival energy with live guests and big screen fun. An encore of Ken Burns' American Buffalo includes a post-show conversation with the series producers, co-sponsored by the Native American Studies Department. Other collaborations include an adrenaline-fueled documentary, an intimate look at the war in Ukraine and a free late-night screening of a classic thriller. 

From a quirky indie comedy and silent cinema to smash hits, stunning spectacles and the latest Met Opera in HD offerings, this season offers something for every moviegoer. 

And if you're looking to get into the spirit of Halloween, don't miss our Primal Fear film series, bringing classic thrills to the big screen.

Come for the leaves and stay for the movies. More films to be announced soon!

Hop Film is funded in part by the Orton Hicks 1921 Film Fund and the Philip Fowler 1927 Fund for the Hopkins Center.

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In the News

Bill Pence and Dartmouth alumni at the Telluride Film Festival

Remembering Bill Pence

Bill co-founded the Telluride Film Festival with Stella Pence, James Card and Tom Luddy in 1974, and for 33 years served as Co-Director/President of the National Film Preserve, Ltd., that produces the festival.