Join us in-person or via Zoom for a discussion of Clarence Brown's hometown. Jack Neely, executive director of the Knoxville History Project, will share insights into Knoxville circa 1900-1910 as Clarence Brown would have experienced it. He'll explore ways his hometown influenced his career in the movies.
This presentation is part of the Knoxville History Project's series of monthly public Zoom talks. The event is also available in-person at Central Cinema.
Following this talk, participants are welcome to stay for a screening of Smouldering Fires at Central Cinema.
Registration is required for the Zoom portion of the event in order to receive the link. In-person attendance does not require registration. Free event.
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