FAIRVIEW, N.J. — The Fairview Public Library will celebrate the 150th birthday of "Alice in Wonderland" in an event for adults Friday, Nov. 13.
The 11 a.m. program features a film of a lesser known, but equally fantastic and strange, version of Lewis Carroll's most famous work simply titled "Alice.” The movie is a 1988 fantasy film written by Czechoslovakian director Jan Švankmajer.
It’s described as a loose adaptation of Lewis Carroll's first Alice book, “Alice's Adventures in Wonderland,” about a girl who follows a white rabbit into a bizarre fantasy land.
The film combines live action with stop motion animation, and is distinguished by its dark and uncompromising production design. The unrated film runs for 86 minutes.
For more information on the Disney screening of an Alice film at the library, contact the front desk. Registration is not required.
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