July 17 marks the start of the annual Stony Brook Film Festival at the Staller Center for the Arts, where moviegoers will enjoy ten days of terrific short and feature length independent films. Opening night kicks off with the U.S. premiere of feature film Back on Track (Sein letzes Rennen), about an aging Olympic medalist retraining for a marathon. Also on the slate for opening night is Across Grace Alley, a short film by Long Island native Ralph Macchio.
Stony Brook University students, faculty, and staff are able to borrow up to 3 DVDs or videos at a time for one week and may renew them online as well. The DVD/Video Collection is located in the Main Stacks, on the third floor of the Melville Library building. All films can be found using SBU Find or the catalog (STARS), by searching for the title, topic, director, actor, format and other qualifiers.
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