marking your ballot, mail to:
POLITICAL FILM SOCIETY, INC.
P.O. Box 461267
Hollywood, CA 90046
or email to PolFilmS@aol.com
by March 1. Results of the balloting for all categories will
be sent to members by March 5.
FILMS TO VIEW
At the end of the year 2000, three films were released that
tried to bring a famous novel to the screen. Filmviewers may
find O Brother, Where Art Thou?
to be an amusing rendition of Homerís Ulysses. Edith
Whartonís The House of Mirth
deals with issues of social class from a feminist perspective.
The Claim transforms
Thomas Hardyís The Mayor of Casterbridge to a setting
in a Gold Rush town in California.
OF DIRECTORS MEETS MARCH 3
The Political Film Society Board of Directors will meet to
count ballots for best films of the year 2000 at 8481 Allenwood
Road, Los Angeles, on March 3 at 7:30 p.m. All Society members
are invited. Refreshments will be served.