Acclaimed actor Michael Stuhlbarg is coming to campus for a conversation and Q&A in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service building, room 101. The event will take place from 10–11am Friday, October 19. The event is free and open to the public.
UNO School of the Arts Director Jack Zerbe will lead the conversation which will focus on Stuhlbarg’s career trajectory and at what moments he felt his work has made a positive contribution to
Veteran stage actor Michael Stuhlbarg made his starring feature film debut in 2009 as a Minnesotan version of Job in the Coen Brothers’s hilarious and quietly stunning A Serious Man. A string of meaty roles for some of the greatest living directors followed, including standout performances in Martin Scorsese’s Hugo and Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln, as well as featured roles on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” and FX’s “Fargo.” Then, in 2017, Stuhlbarg stole scenes (and maybe even whole shows) in Call Me by Your Name, The Post, and The Shape of Water — all Best Picture nominees.
On the heels of this cinematic hat trick, Film Streams will hold its own special event at the Dundee Theatre (4952 Dodge St.) to welcome Stuhlbarg with a special screening of A Serious Man and post-show Q&A about his career.
Tickets for the Film Streams event are $10 general; $7.50 for students, seniors, teachers, military, and those arriving by bus or bicycle; and $5 for Film Streams Members. Advance tickets can be purchased at bit.ly/2OxbQzL or through the Film Streams Box Office, in person or at 402-933-0259, extension 15.
This event is presented in collaboration with Film Streams.
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