Classic Film Night
When Charles Foster Kane, a reclusive newspaper tycoon, passes away it becomes sensational news around the world. Newsreel reporter Jerry Thompson becomes intrigued, and decides to learn all he can about Kane’s private life and to discover the meaning behind his last word, “Rosebud”.
Although it missed out on the Oscar for Best Film in 1941 (losing out to How Green Was My Valley), Citizen Kane is widely acknowledged by critics and film-makers as the greatest film of all time, topping the American Film Institute’s 100 Years … 100 Movies list.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Please Note: Citizen Kane was incorrectly advertised on our Classic Movie Night schedule as occuring on 27 June. This is an error.
The correct date is Thursday, 12 June at 6pm as shown above.