ANGOLA, IN (10/30/2017) Trine University's Overlooked Film Festival will continue this Thursday, Nov. 2, with "The Lost City of Z."
The Overlooked Film Festival gives members of Trine's local community the opportunity to watch free films that were not released locally or that were generally "overlooked" at the time of their release. All films will be shown at 7 p.m. at the Fabiani Theater in the Rick L. and Vicki L. James University Center.
Concessions will be sold outside of the theater prior to the showing by sisters of Phi Sigma sorority. Fabiani has a maximum capacity of 320 guests, so it's recommended that attendees with specific seating preferences arrive early.
In "The Lost City of Z," rated PG-13, a British explorer, Col. Percival Fawcett, journeys into the Amazon and uncovers evidence of an ancient, advanced civilization. Ridiculed by the scientific establishment, Fawcett's obsession with the lost city drives him to risk everything, including his family, as he repeatedly voyages through his beloved jungle.
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Trine University, an internationally recognized, private, co-educational, residential institution, offers associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in the Allen School of Engineering & Technology, Ketner School of Business, College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Franks School of Education, Jannen School of Arts & Sciences and Rinker-Ross School of Health Sciences. Trine is a member of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association and offers 23 varsity sports. Its golf program includes the university-owned 18-hole championship Zollner Golf Course. Founded in 1884 and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org), Trine operates a 450-acre main campus in Angola, Indiana, and education resource centers throughout Indiana and Michigan.