Literary Classics on Film


As a part of the series of lectures on the American film and Literature "Literary Classics on Film", on Thursday, April 12 at 6 PM, journalists Đorđe Randelj and Zoran Surla will present one of the most successful and most popular Hollywood films of the 20th century, Mike Nichols' "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" from 1966, based on a theater play written by Edward Albee, staring the unforgettable film and life couple Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor.

Together with Eugene O'Neill, Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams, Edward Albee is considered to be one of the most important playwrights in the American literature. He received three Pulitzer Awards. He only didn't receive a Pulitzer for "Virginia Woolf", solely because of strong language used in both the play and the movie.

The program is free, registration is performed HERE.

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