Photo: Twentieth Century Fox
Hugh Marlowe stars in "The Day the Earth Stood Still." His son, a philosophy professor at Flagler College, will present a tribute to his father on Jan. 18.
Jan. 13, 2013
Over four days in January, Flagler College will play host to the Saint Augustine Film Festival, featuring 19 films from Spain, Greece, Germany, France, Cameroon, India and the United States along with a tribute to actor Hugh Marlowe, a filmmaker panel and a number of other events.
Beginning Jan. 17 and running through Jan. 20, the festival will include six comedies, four thrillers, one musical, one very cool dance film, two 3D animated films for kids, two documentaries and a skateboard film.
A tribute to actor Hugh Marlowe will take place on Jan. 18 at 7:15 p.m. in the Virginia Room. The actor’s son and Flagler College associate professor of Philosophy, Hugh Marlowe, will lead the tribute. Marlowe will shares stories and present a variety of clips from classic films in which his father was featured including “All About Eve,” “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and “12 O’Clock High.”
Films will be shown at Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium, Gamache-Koger Theatre and Virginia Room as well as Epic Theatres of St. Augustine.
Tickets for the films in advance online are just $7, $5 for seniors and $3 with a Flagler College ID. At the door prices are $2 more on each price point. A festival Fast Pass is available for $45 or $40 for seniors and includes access to all films and parties. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the St Augustine Ballet Company, RB Hunt Elementary and the St Johns Children’s Museum.
SAFF is presented by Flagler College and produced by The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.
For more info and a complete schedule, visit FLIFF.com